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Written by: Sean Peters
Volcanoes are found on other planets and moons across the solar system. The lava they erupt provides information on how other planets and moons formed.
While understanding how rocks form is important, certain rocks, minerals, and ores have uses in everyday life. Gold in jewelry, lithium for batteries, and copper for piping are just some examples of the uses of natural materials.
Watch Christy Till's talk about magma and being a geologist.
Written by: J’Neil Cottle
There are millions of galaxies in our Universe. How do we organize them so that we can compare them to each other and learn new things?
Written by: Steven Dibb
Space exploration is an adventure unlike anything else. Discover the history and future of humans in space to learn how you could be a part of it.
Watch Lindy Elkins-Tanton discuss the potential exploration of the asteroid Psyche.
Written by: Soumya Ray, Zachary Torrano
Meteorites are rocks from space, often from asteroids, Mars, or even the Moon. Join us on a journey through space and time, as we explore meteorites.
Written by: Aleisha Johnson
Today, the air we breathe has lots of oxygen – over 20 percent! But that wasn’t always the case.