The week of 10-16 August 2017 saw earthquakes in Indonesia, Botswana and off the coast of Oregon.
This week saw earthquakes in remote areas – south of Japan, Alaska and Iceland. What implications might these distant events have for those who live hundreds, or even thousands, of miles away?
The sun dominates August 2017, both for heat and an eclipse. But the tropics are torrid, too.
This week there were earthquakes in the Aegean Sea and in the Indian Ocean — and, unusually, no earthquakes of note in the whole of the United States.
We owe our existence to an accidental collision of an asteroid with Earth, which caused a mass extinction. Could another extinction event point the way to our future?