Tag Archives: raindrops
Like the fresh smell of rain after a storm? It could be petrichor. Petrichor (peh-trih-kor) is defined as “the earthy scent produced when rain falls on dry soil.” I notice the scent even as the rain falls on dry pavement, probably … Continue reading
Neato! Fossil raindrops! But how do you catch a fossil raindrop? Well, have a look at this Cosmos Magazine article about work by astrobiologist Sanjoy M. Som and colleagues, which was recently published in Nature.