Stephen Hummel, a dark-skies specialist at the McDonald Observatory, photographed the magnificent red jellyfish sprite in the sky during a storm in Mount Locke. Thir rare phenomenon happens one-tenth of a second, so taking a photo of it could be tricky.
The biggest storm in six years to hit America has left the South shaken. Thousands are left without power as they start cleaning up the remnants from the storm. 30 were reported dead after violent winds lashed the region. Despite the horrific storm, many are still thankful that they made it through and now ready to move forward with their lives. Read on to find out more.
With the extreme weather conditions, plants and animals are striving to catch up and a new study shows a model that will help predict if an unprecedented change in the weather and an environment could drive an entire species into extinction.