Marine biologist and photographer Alexander Semenov has a stunning collection of photography from his ocean dives.
For around $150,000 per person, the futuristic Neptune balloon and capsule will launch eight people and a captain to the edge of space, for a six hour journey that will change your life.
The ancient and beautiful art of kulning, the Swedish herding call.
The Gran Teatre del Liceu opera house in Barcelona had their first concert in months this week, and the audience quietly and politely enjoyed it. Indeed, the crowd of 2,292 potted plants swayed gently to ‘Crisantemi’ by Puccini.
Aerial photos showing the global reach of the protests around police brutality and Black Lives Matter.
Artist Pierre Jean-Louis accentuates African hairstyles with a surrealist, nature and space theme.
It was 40 years ago this week that Mount Saint Helens erupted, the biggest eruption in U.S. history, completely changing the shape of the mountain.
Using cleverly disguised cameras, we see the Sifaka lemur and their delightful and amusing way of getting across the ground.
Italy's famed golden hills are captured with beautiful aerials by photographer Gábor Nagy.
And with the twist of a cap, food may never be the same again. IBM's supercomputer, Watson, can cook.
Dubbed 'The Door to Hell", the Darvaza gas crater has been burning for fifty years in Turkmenistan
Tom Lowe's film Awaken explores Earth in some of the most stunning cinematography ever captured.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. 🌎
In these highly detailed and unique renderings, we see the human body in only circulatory form.
A massive projector is lighting up the Matterhorn with the flags of the world in solidarity with our global pandemic.