Considered Earth’s oldest impact crater, the 62-mile (100-kilometre) wide Maniitsoq structure is more complicated than previously thought. New research is now unveiling the crater’s true origin. The structure is approximately 3 billion years old and dates back to the Archean ...

Can you imagine what our planet might have looked like in its early years? As challenging as it might be, this imagination exercise actually helps. At least, that’s what a team of researchers believes. Earth billion years ago was different ...

As new research emerges, we learn that Earth will lose its oxygen-rich atmosphere in about 1 billion years. What should we expect? A team of researchers came up with enough evidence via simulation that our planet is still right on ...

If you think you saw it all in 2020, you’re about to be amazed. Apparently, our planet was a rebel, hitting a new speed record. How so? According to new research, Earth was rotating faster in 2020. And it might ...