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By Marcia Dunn, Associated Press
The moon is about to get walloped by a big piece of space junk. The leftover rocket will slam into the far side of the moon Friday. Experts think it is from a China launch from 2014, but China is…
By Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press
A deadly heat wave in the Pacific Northwest last summer offers a glimpse of the types of extreme weather that a United Nations report says will become more common in North America with worsening climate change.
By News Desk and Associated Press
The House Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee held an online status update and review of NASA's Artemis Initiative on Tuesday.
By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
The latest IPCC report focuses on the global impacts of climate change on people and nature, plus adaptation options that can help ensure that the planet remain liveable for generations to come.
By News Desk
Oil and gas operators in Texas and a dozen other U.S. states have flared, or burned off, at least 3.5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas over much of the last decade, according to an analysis of satellite data by…
By Matthew Brown, Associated Press
Economists say the costs of climate change are growing as global warming happens more quickly than expected and its impacts become better understood -- from crop losses due to drought, to lessened worker productivity because of the heat.
By William Brangham, Claire Mufson
There's grim new reports about potential causes and effects of climate change. The United Nations Environment Program has projected intense wildfires linked in part to climate change could increase 50 percent by the end of the century, and the International…
By Alex Sanz, Associated Press
In 2020, the space station marked two decades of people continuously living and working in orbit. Russia kept station crews coming and going after NASA's Columbia disaster in 2003 and after the space shuttles retired in 2011.
A warming planet and land use changes mean more wildfires will scorch large parts of the globe in coming decades.
By Diane Jeantet, Associated Press
Authorities have long blamed extreme rainfall as responsible for the many tragedies that have hit the region. But experts, former and current public servant disagree.
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