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Submarine geysers, or hydrothermal vents are found primarily at rift zones and around 'hot spots'. They occur where water from deep in the earth is super-heated via volcanic processes, and escapes at the ocean floor. The biodiversity at these vents is staggering considering the...See more

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The marine iguana is found exclusively on the rocky shores of the Galapagos islands, where they warm themselves after diving into the relatively cold waters to graze on algae. Their preferred body temperature is from 95–102 °F but can dip down to as low as 18°F after a foraging...See more

Scientists think they might know why some Antarctic icebergs are green. The reason could be iron oxide dust ground down by glaciers on the Antarctic mainland. If the theory holds, it means that the green 'bergs are more than just a quirk of the Southern Ocean. In fact, they...See more

Daily Earth and Sun Report 3.9.2019 Solar wind: speed: 445.5 km/sec density: 4.2 protons/cm^3 The earth is about to be sideswiped by a pair of coronal mass ejections.when sunspot AR2734 erupted yesterday, producing a C1-class solar flare. In recent months, geomagnetic storms...See more

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The marine iguana is found exclusively on the rocky shores of the Galapagos islands, where they warm themselves after diving into the relatively cold waters to graze on algae. Their preferred body temperature is from 95–102 °F but can dip down to as low as 18°F after a foraging...See more

Scientists think they might know why some Antarctic icebergs are green. The reason could be iron oxide dust ground down by glaciers on the Antarctic mainland. If the theory holds, it means that the green 'bergs are more than just a quirk of the Southern Ocean. In fact, they...See more

Daily Earth and Sun Report 3.9.2019 Solar wind: speed: 445.5 km/sec density: 4.2 protons/cm^3 The earth is about to be sideswiped by a pair of coronal mass ejections.when sunspot AR2734 erupted yesterday, producing a C1-class solar flare. In recent months, geomagnetic storms...See more