A volcano erupting on the island is a living replica of what once happened on Mars.
New discoveries have raised the possibility that the planet’s volcanoes, long assumed dormant, may still be active.
Hundreds of preexisting plans deal with individual natural-disaster scenarios. But these plans haven’t accounted for COVID-19 happening at the same time.
Errant particles from everyday radioactive materials are a major obstacle for particle physicists. The solution? Lead from the bottom of the sea.
“There’s just no evidence we can see that this was ever a volcano.”
Hiding deep under the ice, iron meteorites could hold clues to the solar system’s past.