In a strange and high-tech answer to animal reintroduction to the wild, a reserve in the UK is using ultra-high-definition TVs to show footage of their protected habitat to the animals they're releasing.
We have no backup planets, no spares. This is the only one. The only one we can call home. This is earth. Please protect it. Original.
The Big Cloud is packed with dramatic photography all focusing on the power of storm clouds. Supercell storm clouds big and diverse, packed with enormous energy.
Artist Jing Zhang has a really nice series of posters exploring Nature and Us, using human body shapes to illustrate some of the ways our environments are changing, and the ways humans are effecting them.
Powered with a flip and a spin of your wrist, the cylindrical Denqul elegantly uses the same dynamo method as emergency crank lights, albeit in a much more sleek manner.
In a stunning yet very sobering series, photographer Tom Hegen takes us on an aerial journey of the Arctic Ice Sheet, as it cracks and crumbles, slowly melting into the sea.
How many golden leaves does a giant, 1400 year old Ginkgo tree drop? A lot. A beautiful flood of leaves captured falling off of this stunning tree in China. Autumn is lovely.
It's been proclaimed for years now that robots will eventually take over many, if not most manual labor professions. While some tedious things like robot sorting and factory work has come to pass, not too many construction tasks have been overtaken by …
A fascinating lidar aerial survey has unearthed over 60,000 ancient structures from the jungles of Guatemala
SpaceX is already developing plans for their Mars Base Alpha, with a possible completion date of 2028!
Photographer Jon Carmichael captured an amazing photo of the 2017 solar eclipse from his window seat aboard a plane.
In a press conference Monday night, SpaceX made it official that they'll be sending the first private citizen to the Moon, in the year 2023, a mere five years from now. Even more impressive was the choice of crew, Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, …
Hurricanes are huge and devastating forces, made even stronger in recent years, due to warming oceans, and a changing climate. We're amazed by the ability for humans to now witness these massive storms from the vantage point of space.