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Week's Best Space Pictures: A Star Pulses, a Hurricane Rages, and a Planet Sucks

Astronomers catch the blue light from a pulsar, a hurricane makes landfall, and an exoplanet sucks the life out of its star in the week's best space pictures.

Adventurous Mountaineers Scale the Alps for Incredible Photos

Although these stunning images might look like the work of Photoshop magic, photographer Robert Bsch (or Robert Boesch) captured these campaign photos for the Swiss mountaineering brand Mammut by carefully coordinating an entire team of mountaineers on the snowy Alps. Racing against time and …

Mountaineering

Look Book by Opening Ceremony

Farm-to-Fork Fabulous

TravelTraveler Magazine<p>Everybody knows about the farm-to-fork movement. But what about restaurants where farmers do the cooking?<p>Farmers turned chefs (and chefs turned farmers) are hoeing, harvesting, and sauteing across the United States. For a new generation of independent farmers who sell their …

Coffee Around the World

Kenneth Davids is a coffee expert, an author, and a co-founder of Coffee Review, a site that serves as a coffee buyer’s guide. Davids conducts blind, expert cuppings of coffees and reports the finding in 100-point reviews, much like those that exist in the wine industry.<p><b>Some of the advice Davids</b> …

Holy Mole in Mexico

Mole poblano — a complex mixture of chocolate, chilies, nuts, and spices — is among the most revered dishes in Mexican cooking. Nearly every grandmother in Puebla, the dish’s hometown, has her own rendition of the semisweet, earthy sauce, typically made with more than 20 ingredients.<p>Mole poblano’s …

Swiss Food Bliss

To those who think that the subject of Swiss cuisine can be summed up in one word — fondue — I say not so fast. In a country with four official languages (French, German, Italian, and Romansh) culinary traditions reflect a complex national identity.<p>Put your fondue prejudice aside in <b>Zürich</b> by …

Dare to Eat

National Dishes

Most countries have a favorite or national dish. Popular with residents and forming part of a country’s identity, they are an essential experience for visitors.<p>From the National Geographic book <i>Food Journeys of a Lifetime</i><p><b>Hamburgers, U.S.</b><br>Although the origins of the hamburger are disputed, there is no …

Places to Eat Ice Cream

Globe-trotters can experience flavors that go far beyond the standard chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry. Experience eel ice cream in Japan or green tea in Florence.<p>From the National Geographic book <i>Food Journeys of a Lifetime</i><p><b>Capogiro Gelato, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania</b><br>Made with the freshest …

Original Dishes and Drinks

Many dishes and drinks are of unknown or disputed origin; others wield a birth certificate. Here are a few that you can savor in the places where they became famous.<p>From the National Geographic book <i>Food Journeys of a Lifetime</i><p><b>Bananas Foster, New Orleans, Louisiana</b><br>Prepared at the table, this dish of …

A Perfect Day in San Diego

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>When I know I’m going on a trip, I immediately start canvassing my network of friends, writers, and editors around the world for advice about what to see and do.<p>So when I knew I’d be heading to San Diego, I went straight to National Geographic Travel’s digital director, …

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"Khotso" Peace at Devil's Knuckles

Travel Photo Contest Winners

Travel Photo Contest Winners

"Khotso" Peace at Devil's Knuckles

Travel Photo Contest Winners

Travel Photo Contest Winners

The Best Travel Photos of 2013

TravelTraveler Magazine<p>The 25th annual <b>National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest</b> has been a long, strange, and beautiful trip. We loved every minute of it, and we hope you did, too.<p>Our panel of judges had their work cut out for them since the contest closed on June 30, sifting through more than …

The Best Way to Deal With Ocean Trash

Plastic debris doubles every decade. What ends up in the ocean is nearly impossible to clean up.<p>Tony Haymet, former director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, has heard hundreds of ocean cleanup plans. Late at night, over many beers, he's come up with a few dozen of his own. None of them, …

Fossils Suggest Modern Sharks Are More Evolved Than Previously Thought

A 325-million-year-old fossil fish shows that evolution hasn't left sharks alone.<p>Paleontologists have long thought that sharks hit on the right combination of body shape and internal anatomy early on, and that evolutionary forces didn't tinker much with the design over the following hundreds of …

The ABCs of Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management—Part II

Wildlife<p><b>Forage Fish: The Oceans’ Little Heroes</b><p>Most Americans don’t think about fisheries policy when eating fish. But in fact, the supply of popular species such as cod, tuna, and salmon depends very much on how we manage them in the sea. If anglers, chefs, and diners want to continue catching, …

Record Number of Seals and Sea Lions Rescued in California

A toxic algal bloom and other factors are leading to marine mammal distress.<p>A record number of seals and sea lions for this time of year have been admitted to California treatment facilities. The lead vet working with the animals blames a "perfect storm" of causes, including a toxic algal bloom and …