Geophysical Research Letters

Largest ice shelf in Antarctica moves once or twice a day

Ice stream activity triggers sudden displacement of Ross Ice Shelf.

Most of the Mars craters today could have once been habitable rivers

Curiosity rover finds new evidence of ancient Mars rivers: a key signal for life.

No, you probably wouldn’t see bolts of lightning flashing from Venus’ clouds

Venus may be a (slightly) gentler place than some scientists give it credit for.

For the first time, a solar eruption detected simultaneously on Earth, the Moon, and Mars

Emphasizing the need to prepare human exploration missions for the dangers of space radiation.

Giant swirling waves identified at the edge of Jupiter’s magnetosphere

The waves are an important process for transferring energy and mass from the solar wind.

Tonga’s Hunga eruption produced the highest-altitude lightning flashes ever

The eruption produced 2,600 flashes per minute.

Scientists unveiled global observations of carbon dioxide aurora

Scientists unveiled global observations of aurora associated with carbon dioxide using satellite measurements.

Earth tilted nearly 80 centimeters east, study

Earth's pole has drifted toward 64.16°E at a speed of 4.36 cm/yr during 1993–2010.

First observation: Scientists discovered a cyclone on the north pole of Uranus

It’s a much more dynamic world than you might think.

Real-time monitoring can help to understand fracture dynamics

Scientists developed a method to visualize fractures in real-time.

Wastewater disposal from oil production caused the most powerful earthquake in Canada

Wastewater injection caused a magnitude 5.6 earthquake in Alberta.

New images show the start of a new spoke season at Saturn

We will have longer dedicated time to study Saturn’s spokes this season, say scientists.

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