Long before Christopher and Magellan, ancient explorers voyaged into the unknown and brought home extraordinary tales.
Underperforming, the U.S. comes in only 157th out of 196 in global triangularity ranking.
The Earth is not flat. Here's how you can prove it.
Researchers find a key clue to the evolution of bony fish and tetrapods.
Mapping the frequency of common toponyms opens window on Britain's 'deep history'.
The world's most isolated inhabited island also has some of the world's strangest toponyms.
The 'People Map of the United States' zooms in on America's obsession with celebrity
Despite itself, this collection of awful cartography may just make a few useful observations.
The Spilhaus Projection may be more than 75 years old, but it has never been more relevant than today.
Glacier McGlacierface? Not likely. NASA has set some classy themes that will guide the naming of geographical features of Pluto and its moons.