Chinese scientists release the most detailed geological map of the Moon to date

For as long as man has looked up at the sky, the moon has been a source of fascination. When the first telescopes were developed, the fascination only grew. Humans finally had a clearer view of the moon, with all its striking and impressive geology. Telescopes got better and so did our understanding of the … Read more

Blind Date: Geologist Cam and store manager Jess hit it off and went home with big grins

Cam, 28, says: It was my first blind date, so a bit daunting from that aspect but it didn’t take long at all for us to have a bit of a laugh at how weird the situation is, and then get stuck into talking to each other. It was great. By the end, it seemed … Read more

Saline High School Science Olympiad completes strongest season to date

The following is from the Saline High School Science Olympiad Team: If there were a few words to describe the Saline High School Science Olympiad Team this year it would be “stepping up in the face of adversity”. The team completed a remarkable year punctuated by numerous achievements. It celebrates the graduation of 10 seniors … Read more

Kainantu Resources Appoints Chief Geologist, Updates on Q1 2022 MD&A and Financials Release Date

Vancouver – Kainantu Resources Ltd. (‘KRL’ or the ‘Company’) (TSX-V: KRL, FSE: 6J0) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Nick Franey as Chief Geologist. Chief Geologist Appointment Mr Franey has over 40 years of exploration and project development experience, having served in senior roles with a number of well-established mining companies such as … Read more

Kanade’s Insecurities Are Revealed On a Group Date

Science Fell in Love‘s main cast of characters is made up of quirky but lovable junior scientists, from the cheerful deredere Himuro Ayame to the waifu-loving gamer scientist Inukai Kosuke, while the normal “member of the cast, Kanade, continues to struggle in her own love She understands basic romantic interactions better than Ayame and Shinya, … Read more

Kainantu Resources Appoints Chief Geologist; Updates on Q1 2022 MD&A & Financials Release Date

VANCOUVER, BC, May 16, 2022 / CNW / – Kainantu Resources Ltd. (“KRL” or the “Company”) (TSXV: KRL) (FSE: 6J0) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Nick Franey as Chief Geologist. Kainantu Resources Ltd. Logo (CNW Group / Kainantu Resources Ltd.) Chief Geologist Appointment Mr Franey has over 40 years of exploration and … Read more

Using impact craters to date geological events on Mars

While rovers visiting the surface of Mars are invaluable research tools for understanding surface chemistry and other questions, observing Mars from orbit can help us understand the planet’s history – as recent images of a Martian impact crater show. The Mars Express orbiter uses its High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) instrument to take photographs of … Read more

The Largest Marsquakes to Date Have Been Detected in The ‘Shadow Zone’

One of the most intriguing features of Mars is the presence of quakes not unlike the ones we get on Earth. Since the start of 2019, planetary scientists have been logging these ‘marsquakes’ with a seismometer built into the InSight lander. Now, they’ve detected activity that points to the two largest marsquakes ever put on … Read more

Geology and IT Join Forces to Save The Ogallala Aquifer with Crypto/ $200,000 Raised to Date

NFT sales aim to help save dwindling water resource in Texas DALLAS, April 20, 2022 / PRNewswire / – At the end of its inaugural launch in March, Ogallala Life in conjunction with AcreNFT, raised $ 200,000 in Non-Fungible Token (NFT) proceeds to save the Ogallala aquifer. A second-round NFT launch on World Environment Day … Read more

Most distant star to date spotted — but how much further back in time could we see?

Hubble’s view of Earendel. (Image credit: Science: NASA, ESA, Brian Welch (JHU), Dan Coe (STScI); Image processing: NASA, ESA, Alyssa Pagan (STScI)) This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Space.com’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. Carolyn DevereuxSenior Lecturer in Astrophysics, University of Hertfordshire The Hubble Space Telescope has … Read more