First Evidence of a Giant Exoplanet Collision

The surface of the Earth is a bumpy place, with terrain made up of smooth ocean floors to jagged mountain peaks and everything in between. But according to a new study, that's nothing compared to the landscapes found deep within the planet. Using data from one of the biggest earthquakes on record, geophysicists have now found massive mountain ranges hundreds of kilometers beneath our feet... Continue Reading Massive mountain range found in the Earth's mantle Category: Science Tags: Earth Earthquake Geology Geophysics Princeton Princeton University Seismic

First Evidence of a Giant Exoplanet Collision

For the first time ever, astronomers think they've discovered an exoplanet that survived a catastrophic collision with another planet. And according to the new research, which was published ...

Mon 18 Feb 19 from Discover Magazine

Massive mountain range found in the Earth's mantle

The surface of the Earth is a bumpy place, with terrain made up of smooth ocean floors to jagged mountain peaks and everything in between. But according to a new study, that's nothing ...

Thu 14 Feb 19 from Gizmag

Researchers help define Southern Ocean's geological features

New data collected by University of Wyoming researchers and others point to a newly defined mantle domain in a remote part of the Southern Ocean.

Fri 8 Feb 19 from Phys.org

Researchers help define Southern Ocean's geological features, Fri 8 Feb 19 from ScienceDaily

Researchers help define Southern Ocean's geological features, Fri 8 Feb 19 from Eurekalert

What's So Special About the Atacama Desert?

Northern Chile's dry and desolate Atacama Desert hosts the world's largest array of astronomical observatories. Scientists have called the largely lifeless region Earth's closest analogue of ...

Tue 12 Feb 19 from Livescience

Geologists Figured Out Where the Most Remote Part of the Ocean Came From

The Australian-Antarctic Ridge was expected to have emerged with the Pacific to its East. The real story was a surprise to geologists.

Mon 11 Feb 19 from SPACE.com

Geologists Figured Out Where the Most Remote Part of the Ocean Came From, Mon 11 Feb 19 from Livescience

Astronomers find the first evidence of a giant collision between exoplanets

New research suggests the dense world Kepler-107b got smacked by a planet at some point in its history, leaving behind a hefty, iron-rich core.

Thu 14 Feb 19 from Astronomy.com

EarthScope announces top 10 discoveries list

What are the 10 most influential, revolutionary, unexpected, or just plain amazing discoveries from EarthScope's 15-year history?

Thu 14 Feb 19 from Eurekalert

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