Geography

Mount Saint Helens

Mount Saint Helens

Mount Saint Helens (known as Lawetlat’la to the Indigenous Cowlitz people, and Loowit or Louwala-Clough to the Klickitat), is a volcanic mountain in the Cascade Range in southwestern Washington, United States. It is located 50 miles (80 kilometers) northeast of Portland, Oregon, and 96 mile.....

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Al Jazirah Al Hamra: The Ghost Town

Al Jazirah Al Hamra: The Ghost Town

Al Jazirah Al Hamra (Arabic: الجزيرة الحمراء‎, English: The Red Island) is a surviving emblem of the once-thriving pearl fishing village, whose name in Arabic translates to “Red Island” due to the type of sand used to construct it. It is a town in the United Arab Emirates, loc.....

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Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia

Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia

The Simien Mountains National Park (SMNP) in northern Ethiopia is a beautiful landscape, with jagged mountain peaks, deep valleys, and steep precipices falling 1,500 meters due to significant erosion over millions of years. It is Ethiopia’s largest national park. Its territory encompasses t.....

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Mount Pinatubo, Philippine

Mount Pinatubo, Philippine

Mount Pinatubo (Sambal: Bakil nin Pinatobo; Kapampangan: Bunduk/Bulkan ning Pinatubu, Bunduk ning Apu Malyari; Pangasinan: Palandey/Bulkan na Pinatubu; Ilocano: Bantay Pinatubo; Tagalog: Bundok/Bulkang Pinatubo IPA: pinɐtubɔ) is a volcano in western Luzon, Philippines, that erupted in 1991, cau.....

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Perseverance Has Beamed Back Its First 360-Degree Panorama Of Mars And It’s Stunning

Perseverance Has Beamed Back Its First 360-Degree Panorama Of Mars And It’s Stunning

Perseverance landed safely on the surface of Mars last week and it was a spectacular feat. The rover did not rest on its laurels and did some amazing work as some photos, videos and audios of the Red Planet described as some amazing footage. To date, more than any other Mars rover has the most [&.....

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Huaynaputina Volcano

Huaynaputina Volcano

Huaynaputina (/waɪnəpʊˈtiːnə/ WY-nə-puu-TEE-nə; Spanish: wajnapuˈtina) is a small volcano situated 26 kilometers south of Ubinas volcano in southern Peru. It is the result of the subduction of the oceanic Nazca tectonic plate underneath the continental portion of the South American tecto.....

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Madidi National Park, Bolivia

Madidi National Park, Bolivia

Madidi (Spanish pronunciation: maˈðiði) is a national park in Bolivia’s northeastern region, along the Amazon River’s upper reaches. The park occupies a total area of 7,319.7 square miles (18,958 sq km). Madidi National Park, which opened in 1995, is a jungle paradise with a record.....

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Kurile Lake, Kamchatka, Russia

Kurile Lake, Kamchatka, Russia

Kurile Lake (Russian: Кури́льское о́зеро, romanized: Kuríl’skoye Ózero) is a crater lake located in the territory of the South Kamchatka Sanctuary, Russia, on the south side of the Kamchatka peninsula. It is also referred to as Kurilskoye Lake or Kuril Lake. It is part of.....

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Evidence For Planet Nine May Rely On Selection Bias

Evidence For Planet Nine May Rely On Selection Bias

Challenging the premise of a larger “Planet Nine” claim, a team of scientists has claimed that it created using unrepresentative data. However, those who argue for a larger object hidden at the outer edge of the solar system are holding their line. The idea of ​​an extra obje.....

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Algae Could Be Grown On Mars Sustain Human Life

Algae Could Be Grown On Mars Sustain Human Life

The protagonist Mark Watney rightly said in Martian language that our ambitions to establish a human base on the Red Planet would depend entirely on our “little science” skills. By taking up that challenge, researchers have successfully grown algae in a Mars-like style and paved the way .....

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Dying Stars Caught Snacking On The Vaporized Crusts Of Earth-Like Planets They Destroyed

Dying Stars Caught Snacking On The Vaporized Crusts Of Earth-Like Planets They Destroyed

Astronomers have identified the vapor remnants of Earth-like planetary crusts in the atmosphere of four nearby white dwarfs, the final stage of evolution for stars up to 10 times the mass of our Sun. This incredible observation suggests that rocky planets across the galaxy formed almost identical.....

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Peculiar Congregation Of Black Holes Found Lurking At The Center Of A Stellar Cluster

Peculiar Congregation Of Black Holes Found Lurking At The Center Of A Stellar Cluster

Black holes come in three shapes: the size of a star, something that can be formed by a supernova to go to a star; Billions of supermassive black holes, if not billions, are located at the mass of the Sun and at the core of the galaxy; and the middle is any black hole. Since they […]<.....

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