The Taita mountain dwarf galago was first reported in 2002 but no sightings were made in the years that followed.
The Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador is reportedly showing early warning signs of possible flank failure.
NASA's Juno mission is the first to gather water abundance data on Jupiter since the 1995 Galileo probe.
China is sterilizing and even destroying its banknotes to prevent coronavirus spread. Can cash really spread diseases?
Thailand's water reserves are already below 50 percent capacity just two months into the dry season.
The batches of plastic litter polluting Fundação Príncipe's shores are not even from the island itself.
The new mortuary option, which is so far only legal in Washington, is significantly more environment friendly than burials and cremations.
The Hawaii Department of Agriculture confirmed the presence of avocado lace bugs in Oahu, Hawaii Island and, in retail outlets on Maui.
Northrop Grumman's resupply mission is carrying fresh food and astronaut-requested candies.
The colorful condom packages are designed with endangered species and witty slogans.
Of the four proposals, up to two could move on to possibly become official NASA missions.
A 2004 global pandemic caused hundreds of amphibian species to die off but, it evidently caused problems for snakes as well.
Projections for plant and animal loss are nearly the same but, the tropics will experience significantly more extinctions.
Images from NASA and USGS's Landsat 8 satellite shows flooding in parts of New South Wales. Although the rains and flooding caused devastation in some areas, it also helped extinguish months-long...
The iconic 'Pale Blue Dot' shows the Earth as a tiny blue speck in space. It shows how small, vulnerable and irreplaceable our planet is.
The key to a specific species's marking change lies in a hormone called 20E, but it may not be the same for other species.
Thousands of years ago, dingoes were domesticated and kept as pets. They began the road back to the wild over 8,300 years ago.
NASA is already looking for new astronauts and the applications are opening soon.
NASA Earth Observatory's image for the day is a "volcanic potpourri" that highlights various volcanic features.
Just like in the classic arcade game, Asteroids, the asteroids in a system break up into smaller and smaller asteroids with every YORP event.