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A fracture in the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica is now so large it's about to slice off an iceberg twice the size of New York City.
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Oh that is astonishing!!
Surprisingly little is known about the sea floor in great detail - now the world's militaries are playing catch up.
Satellite images capture a usually invisible phenomenon known as atmospheric gravity waves pulsing through clouds off WA's north-west.
Sudden stratospheric warming - it's great for the ozone layer at the South Pole, but not so great for heat and rain levels over the next few months.
Despite a fortnight of hot, dry weather, Jack Walker's property in Theodore still has hailstones covered by a thin layer of dirt and debris.
The Bureau of Meteorology says the massive hailstones that fell on Queensland's Sunshine Coast are rare. How exactly does ice fall from our skies when it's so hot on the ground?
Australia's Wolfe Creek Crater has allowed scientists to calculate how often meteorites hit Earth with the force of massive nuclear explosions.
Throughout its life, our planet has been pummelled by countless asteroids and comets - even more so than the crater-ridden Moon. Today, thanks to Earth's continually changing surface, there are remarkably few scars left to tell the tale.