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On the Red Couch with Ebola Photographer Kieran Kesner

<i>Earlier this year, photographer Kieran Kesner graduated from New York University when he got the break of a lifetime: The photo editor from The Wall</i> …

On the Red Couch with Actress/Author Evangeline Lilly

<i>She’s perhaps best known as Kate Austen from Lost and the pointy-eared elf Tauriel in The Lord of the Rings films. But Evangeline Lilly has another,</i> …

Yasuhiro Ikura

Trespassing on Manhattan bridge #ontheroofs #nyc #usa #anywayanyday

Nov 28, 2014 at 10:52pm UTC

It's #BlackFriday, but for us, it's the 2nd annual #BlackHoleFriday. Today, we'll post pics & info about black holes. Looking for a size large this #BlackFriday? Here's a supermassive black hole. This artist's concept illustrates a supermassive black hole with millions to billions times the mass of our sun. Supermassive black holes are enormously dense objects buried at the hearts of galaxies. (Smaller black holes also exist throughout galaxies.) In this illustration, the supermassive black hole at the center is surrounded by matter flowing onto the black hole in what is termed an accretion disk. This disk forms as the dust and gas in the galaxy falls onto the hole, attracted by its gravity. Also shown is an outflowing jet of energetic particles, believed to be powered by the black hole's spin. The regions near black holes contain compact sources of high energy X-ray radiation thought, in some scenarios, to originate from the base of these jets. This high energy X-radiation lights up the disk, which reflects it, making the disk a source of X-rays. The reflected light enables astronomers to see how fast matter is swirling in the inner region of the disk, and ultimately to measure the black hole's spin rate. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Thru' the looking glass. Time travel. SC.

When I was a young, punk photographer I used to look through the pages of National Geographic and think “Yeah, I could have taken that photo too if I was there…” Only much later did I realize how much of the job was being there, in the right place at the right time, and figuring out when and where that might be. A few weeks ago I squeezed my son Johnny into the front seat of a small helicopter, between me and the pilot, for @natgeo shot over Manhattan. While @geosteinmetz bent over to change lenses, @johncsteinmetz snapped this frame over my shoulder with his iPhone. Not too shabby! As my friend @jimrichardsonng likes to say, if you want to take more interesting pictures, stand in front of more interesting things!

【6千人を救った命のビザ】東洋のシンドラー「杉原千畝」

【年末年始の旅行前にチェック!】海外でも、国内でも格安なSIMフリーのスマホに注目!

味噌が洋風に?!英国の新聞に掲載された斬新な「味噌」レシピを試してみた

ユネスコ無形文化遺産に登録されて早一年、和食は世界でますます人気を集めているようですね。そんな和食の味付けに欠かせない調味料の一つが味噌。昔から我々日本人の生活を支えてきてくれた、日本の伝統を語る上でも欠かせない大切な存在です。<br>味噌は英語で「Miso」とそのままの名で呼ばれており、その知名度は年々高 …

[世界の一秒]アドリア海近くの、きのこの家々