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Using over 3,400 images, this timelapse shows 10 years worth of weather on our humble planet in less time than it takes to make pasta.
Astronomers using ALMA have taken the first-ever image of a snow line in an infant solar system.
The Midwest saw several gigantic tornadoes this spring, including the widest twister on record. But is there a limit to how big they can get here on Earth?
NYC's Museum of Modern Art is showcasing a rain installation that uses 260 gallons of water per minute while keeping you completely dry.
Time-lapse video from a weather news helicopter captures the destructive force of this week's massive tornado in Oklahoma.
As if you needed any more excuses to drink, here's how to turn trash from a cocktail party into a functional weather station.
When it became clear that London wouldn't have a white Christmas, a group of programmers got together to create one that could be controlled via smartphone.
According to a researcher in New Zealand, new evidence suggests the U.S. and the U.K. evaluated the viability of using 33-foot tsunami waves as weapons.
A Wi-Fi connection is the least of the Nebula 12 lamp's tricks. The lamp tracks weather data sent from your Nokia Lumia 920 and responds accordingly. Mood lighting to match sunrise and sunset is one thing, but if the forecast includes rain, the Nebula 12 will spawn an indoor cloud as a warning.