Planet shatters warming records, 2015 hottest `by far`

Planet shatters warming records, 2015 hottest `by far`

Not only was 2015 the warmest worldwide since 1880, it shattered the previous record held in 2014 by the widest margin ever observed, said the report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

 SpaceX launches ocean-monitoring satellite, but drone ship landing attempt fails again

SpaceX launches ocean-monitoring satellite, but drone ship landing attempt fails again

US private spacecraft company SpaceX launched on Sunday morning the Jason-3 ocean-measuring satellite, but failed in its attempt to land the spent first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on a ship in the Ocean.

NASA to launch new ocean-monitoring satellite

NASA is scheduled to launch its new ocean-monitoring satellite -- Jason-3 -- from Vandenberg air force base in central California on Sunday, the space agency said.

Arctic air temperatures highest since 1900: Report

The Arctic is heating up, with air temperatures the hottest in 115 years, and the melting ice destroying walrus habitat and forcing some fish northward, a global scientific report said Tuesday.

NASA's EPIC camera captures three developing tropical lows in Indian Ocean

NASA's EPIC camera captures three developing tropical lows in Indian Ocean

Two of the three systems have a medium chance to develop into a tropical depression in the next day or two, says NASA.

 2015 on track to become the hottest year ever recorded!

2015 on track to become the hottest year ever recorded!

According to a report released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration , September 2015 was the hottest September, by a large margin, since records first began in 1880.

NASA says Antarctic ozone hole area approaches annual maximum

NASA says Antarctic ozone hole area approaches annual maximum

The Antarctic ozone hole, located above the South Pole, expands during every Southern Hemisphere Antarctic spring. 

Third global bleaching event to impact coral reefs

Third global bleaching event to impact coral reefs

Coral reefs will be subjected to stressful environment conditions due to the third global bleaching event driven by the change in climatic conditions.

Remote-controlled NASA aircraft set to track hurricanes

Remote-controlled NASA aircraft set to track hurricanes

In a first, a unique remotely piloted aircraft from NASA is set to take off this week to improve track and intensity forecasts of hurricanes as part of the new generation weather forecast observations tools.

July hottest month on record, 2015 to be warmest year: NOAA

July hottest month on record, 2015 to be warmest year: NOAA

The month of July has been found as the hottest month on Earth since record keeping began.

Watch: Robot exploring the Pacific Ocean floor

Watch: Robot exploring the Pacific Ocean floor

Two robotic submersibles, or ROVs have plunged into the warm waters off the coast of Hawaii as part of a US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) project.

Using new data, US finds no pause in global warming

Using updated data on the Earth's surface temperatures worldwide, US government scientists have found no evidence of a pause in global warming in recent years, according to research published today.

World's first warm-blooded fish found

World's first warm-blooded fish found

Researchers have discovered a first fully warm-blooded fish that circulates heated blood throughout its body much like mammals and birds.

 NASA tool to protect endangered blue whales

NASA tool to protect endangered blue whales

 The US space agency is set to launch a new online tool to protect endangered blue whales.

Carbon dioxide levels set new record in March: NOAA

Carbon dioxide levels set new record in March: NOAA

A new data by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has revealed that our planet Earth has exceeded the highest ever recorded level of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere surpassing 400 parts per million (ppm) in March, 2015.

SpaceX's Dragon capsule set to return to Earth

SpaceX's Dragon capsule set to return to Earth

It's ultimately a busy Tuesday for SpaceX as the company gets ready for for the launch as well as landing of its spacecraft at the same time.

SpaceX calls off launch of space weather satellite after radar glitch

SpaceX calls off launch of space weather satellite after radar glitch

SpaceX had to call off Sunday's planned launch of a deep-space observatory and a revolutionary rocket-landing attempt after a critical radar-tracking system failed.

SpaceX poised to launch resurrected space weather satellite

SpaceX poised to launch resurrected space weather satellite

A $340 million sun-observing spacecraft that was initially dreamed up by former US vice president Al Gore is finally poised to launch Sunday after being kept in storage by NASA for years.

New 'state-of-the-art' space satellite can help save Earth from potential solar storms

 A new state-of-the-art space satellite has recently been developed that can help save Earth from potential solar storms in future, it has been revealed.

2014 may not be hottest year on record: Report

In a twist to the claim that 2014 was the hottest year on record, NASA climate scientists now reportedly say that the likelihood that 2014 was the warmest year since 1880 is just "38 percent".