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Thanks to the magic of Landsat satellites that are whizzing around overhead, we can see snapshots of our fragile planet from above, showcasing a range of dazzling landscapes.
It's amazing what such dedication to a craft can produce, and photographer Andrew McCarthy shows us just how far that talent can take you. The image of our moon, below, was patiently stitched together from 100,000 photos.
Chaoyang Park Plaza is the newest futuristic addition to Beijing's skyline, designed by MAD Architects.
French photographer Vincent Fournier shows us some great angles and perspectives of the Brazilian capital, framing details of the city's unique geography and built environment.
A beautiful look at African Baobab trees in the evening light.
Satellite imagery is nothing new, we've been utilizing it for twenty years. But these unique, low-angle satellite images are fascinating, showcasing cities in a way we don't often see.
Entitled the Nikon Small World photo competition, this contest showcases microphotography from around the world.
Capturing some really intriguing floral details of unusual plants, Helene Schmitz gives us a peek into the fascinating makeup of Sundew, Pitcher Plants and Venus Flytraps.
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The Aurora Borealis (and Aurora Australis in the Southern Hemisphere) is a phenomenal phenomenon.
If you're encouraged by the transition to a cleaner future, you're not alone. Dozens of electric car startups have been working hard toward to goal of electric mobility. Canoo is one of those startups, and they officially announced their first vehicle this …
Luigi Colani died this week at age 91, and with him, we've lost an idiosyncratic and fabulously unique design mind. His work spanned many decades and many industries, from automotive to aeronautical, to consumer goods, like cameras and other devices.
The ambitious minds of at MAD have shown us a possible future for the vaunted Hyperloop, which in theory will whisk people through vacuum tubes at speeds of up to 700mph.