It turns out there’s a lot of inertia built into the energy system.
It takes a lot more than adding wind turbines and solar panels to transform a giant power grid.
These brown avalanches—nicknamed black blizzards—can seemingly turn day into night.
InSight rumbles with alien Martian wind.
Here's how much gas, coal, oil, wind, solar, water, or nuclear fuel is required.
It goes any way the wind blows.
The physics of dandelion dispersal could inspire windborne microdrones.
Loma's weather in January 1972 is a fascinating exemplar of sudden temperature spikes and drops.
A curved line marked the planet's surface for four days
The breeze spins the turntable
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