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Comet ISON comes in from the bottom right and moves out toward the upper right, getting fainter and fainter, in this time-lapse image from the ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory. The image of the sun at the center is from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.

Comet’s solar encounter In this time-lapse image released by NASA on Dec. the Comet ISON moves toward the sun from the bottom right and moves out toward the upper right. The image of the sun at the center is from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.

Global map of the GISTEMP land-ocean temperature index anomaly for May 2017, relative to the 1951-1980 average

Global map of the GISTEMP land-ocean temperature index anomaly for May relative to the average

Full disk satellite image of Earth

This composite color full-disk visible image was captured p. ET on Jan. 15 using several of the 16 spectral channels available on the Advanced Baseline Imager. The image shows North and South America and the surrounding oceans.

Using data from NASA’s Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms, or THEMIS, scientists have observed Earth’s vibrating magnetic field in relation to the northern lights dancing in the night sky over Canada.

In a new study published in Nature Physics on Monday, NASA scientists illustrate a better understanding of how Earth's magnetic field affects the crea.

New York City snow fall

New York City snow falling, winter, yellow cabs. Why I would ever want to go to new York in the winter is beyond me, especially since I already think January in utah is bad, but I just have to go!

Ocean Worlds: Earth isn't the only ocean world in our solar system. Oceans could…

Earth isn’t the only ocean world in our solar system. Oceans could exist in diverse forms on moons and dwarf planets, offering clues in the quest to discover life beyond our home planet.

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