The Sun, Probably Unknown Source of Earth’s Water

An international team of researchers led by the University of Glasgow has revealed that the Sun is a “surprising” source of water present on Earth. They report in Nature Astronomy that the solar wind, made up of charged particles from the Sun and made up mostly of hydrogen ions, created water on the surface of … Read more

“Is the sun one of the Earth’s water sources?” – Sciencetimes

70% of the Earth’s surface is made up of water. Where did so much water come from? As for the origin of water on Earth, there is a theory that gases escaped from deep inside the earth during the volcanic eruption of the primitive Earth formed the atmosphere, and the water vapor in the atmosphere … Read more

Huge asteroid twice the size of Big Ben could enter Earth’s orbit on Monday | News from Mexico

A huge 430-foot asteroid hurtles toward Earth’s orbital path, warned the NASA, saying that it is “getting closer” to our planet. Twice the size of Big Ben, astronomers estimate that if the asteroid hit Earth, the impact would produce the energy equivalent to 77 megatons of TNT. This is 1.5 times more powerful than the … Read more

The Moon has enough oxygen to sustain the Earth’s population for 100,000 years

The Moon is packed with oxygen, but unlike Earth, this gas is found below the surface. This is NASA’s plan to try to extract it. One of the objectives of the program Artemis of NASA is to consolidate the human presence on the moon. Unlike the 1969 milestone, the return of manned missions to our … Read more

New possibilities for life on Earth’s seabed and beyond

MADRID, 24 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) – Two biogeoscientists have opened up new possibilities for life in the dark at the bottom of Earth’s oceans, as well as in the entire solar system. At Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, Jeffrey Dick, and Everett Shock have determined that specific hydrothermal seafloor environments provide a unique habitat where … Read more

Scientists reveal the fate of the Earth’s “technical plates” after it sank – the week

The surface of our world is a jumble of flowing tectonic plates, where as new tectonic plates emerge, others are pulling beneath them. This continuous cycle keeps our continents moving and propels life on Earth, but scientists have been left baffled by what happens when a plate disappears into the planet’s interior. And now, in … Read more

Space Exploration-Oscillating Stars: The Mysterious Life Experience of Earth’s Common Orbiting Asteroids-BBC News

43 minutes ago Image source,Getty Images Image with text, Schematic diagram of the earth, asteroids and moon In the past few years, scientists have been exploring a question: where did the asteroid oscillating star (Kamo’oalewa) come from. This asteroid was discovered in 2016, and so far astronomers only know that it is an asteroid that … Read more

Scientists have figured out what to do with space debris in Earth’s orbit – to collect it into rings, like Saturn

Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun, has one of the most spectacular and complex ring systems in the local star system. According to scientists from the American University of Utah, similar rings may soon appear near the Earth, but they will not consist of rocks and ice, but of space debris. And people themselves … Read more

The Earth’s Conditions Are Getting Scarier, This Fact Was Revealed by Sri Mulyani

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani Indrawati revealed the facts of how scary the condition of the earth is today. Not caused by the Covid-19 pandemic but by climate change. According to him, the dreadful condition of the earth due to climate change has often been faced by many in the world. … Read more

New Researcher Reveals Location and Evidence of Earth’s Oldest Continent

Indo Pos Media,Singhbhum – Recent studies of ancient rocks have found that the first continents on planet Earth emerged from the oceans hundreds of millions of years earlier than previously thought. Analysis of sediments from Singhbhum, a region near Kolkata in India, suggests that the oldest stable continental crust known as cratons began to emerge … Read more