From dinosaur arms to bird wings and Hyde to Jekyll bacteria, two studies published today examine evolutionary transformations.
Posts Tagged ‘Chile’
Smithsonian researchers have uncovered the cause behind mass marine stranding events occurring millions of years ago in Chile.
Academy Director of the Morrison Planetarium and Science Visualization reports from the control room of a twin 6.5-meter Magellan telescope at Las Campanas Observatory in Chile.
The 2010 earthquake in Chile may not have decreased, but actually increased, the likeliness of a new, large earthquake.
At a NASA press conference today, officials likened the recent mine accident in Chile to “Apollo 13 on the ground.”
Large earthquakes like the one that hit Chile this week are rare, and they do more than just devastate an area—they shorten days!