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As seen from space: 'Earth's connecting point to the rest of the universe' — and a fierce legal battleground too

Click on this arresting photograph of Hawaii's Mauna Kea volcano, shot from orbit, and then see if you can make out a series of white structures on the summit.

The Sun blows its top — again

Every once in awhile, a kind of hole blows out in the Sun's atmosphere — a "coronal hole," as it is called.

Lunar puzzler: What is the mysterious feature in this beautiful image of the Lunar Module orbiting the Moon?

Last Thursday marked the anniversary of a significant event in human history: the Apollo 12 Moon landing on Nov.

NASA data confirm: Global warming in October obliterated previous record for the month

NASA is out with its monthly analysis of global surface temperatures, and the verdict is unsettling: This past month positively obliterated the previous record for warmest October.

Earth Art: 'Delicate fingerprints of water'

I spotted this stunning image on Instagram this morning, and I just had to share it. Make sure to click on it to see an enlarged version.

Global temperatures skyrocketed in October

The first of several monthly climate analyses for October is out, and the news is sobering: Global average temperature across the land and seas skyrocketed compared to previous Octobers, shattering the previous record for warmth set just last year.

If global warming continues unabated, humans are likely to completely remake the map of the Arctic in a few decades

Ice was in the news quite a lot last week. There was, for example, the news that Antarctica could be gaining, not losing, ice, at least for now.

Waiting for El Niño: Is he finally getting ready to blast North America?

Waiting for El Niño hasn't exactly been like waiting for Godot. Even so, it sure feels like we've been waiting awhile for the predicted weather impacts to show up unequivocally.

High energy articles spraying from a hole in the Sun may trigger the aurora borealis south of Chicago and New York

You read the headline right: There is indeed a "hole" in the Sun. To be more precise, there's an area where the density of plasma in the solar atmosphere, or corona, is much lower than the surroundings, creating a dark splotch on the Sun's face.

Sorry, I just couldn't resist: Twelve views of Cyclone Chapala in one psychedelic animated gif

After posting earlier today about Cyclone Chapala, I wasn't intending to do another one — until I spotted the unusual animation above over at the blog of the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies.

The first breathtaking images are in from Cassini's close encounter with Enceladus, Saturn's 'geyser moon'

As NASA's Cassini spacecraft dove toward Enceladus on October 28, its cameras captured a trove of visual data — and today, the first images have reached home.

Cyclone Chapala strengthens rapidly over record-warm water, aims for highly unusual landfall in war-torn Yemen

Here comes another one, this time in the Arabian Sea. Last week we had Hurricane Patricia in the Pacific, with surface winds that topped out at 200 miles per hour — the highest reliably-measured surface winds for any tropical cyclone on record.

Yes, the ozone hole has grown larger. No, it doesn't mean that humans are off the hook for ozone depletion.

The "ozone hole" over Antarctica grew 22 percent this year over 2014 — finishing out the season as the fourth largest since the start of the satellite record in 1979.

Bombogenesis, baby!: The Pacific Ocean just got a double-barreled blast from two exploding storms

Bombogenesis! Don't you just love that word? I sure do. It refers to what might also be called a "meteorological bomb" — the very rapid intensification of a mid-latitude cyclone.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Patricia, striking animations show where her water went

The coastal mountains where Hurricane Patricia made landfall on Friday, Oct. 23 helped shred the powerful storm as it sped inland.

"Mind boggling" Hurricane Patricia, as seen from space

At 2 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, a NOAA Hurricane Hunter aircraft flying into the heart of Hurricane Patricia took measurements indicating that surface winds in the cyclone were blowing at about 190 miles per hour at the surface.

Seen from space: the Indonesian fires producing more CO2 each day than the economic activity of the United States

Huge swaths of Indonesia are burning, blanketing a wide region in thick palls of smoke that threaten the health of millions of Southeast Asians.

WATCH as a cyclone lumbers and lurches like a zombie for two weeks, finally clobbering SoCal, triggering mudslides

I simply could not resist using the word "zombie" in my headline for this piece. (I'm convinced that I was a New York Post headline writer in a former life...) But honestly, I think it's legit in this case.

Plutonian eye candy

The first detailed science about Pluto revealed by the spectacularly successful New Horizons mission has just been published.

Godzilla, The Blob, and Son of Blob: an El Niño reality check

Back in August, a respected NASA scientist told the LA. Times that conditions in the Pacific Ocean were pointing toward the potential for a "Godzilla El Niño." Meanwhile, a science blogger for the NOAA nicknamed it "Bruce Lee." Time has proved them right.