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Pictures of the Week 4.14.16

Guincho Comix Canada Hiperasia GIF

Discover & share this Guincho Comix Canada Hiperasia GIF with everyone you know. GIPHY is how you search, share, discover, and create GIFs.

Pictures of the Week 2.4.16

Chinese New Year

This little #octopus wasn't fussed by our arrival, even when we started slurp sampling #coral! Any idea of species?

Sep,30,1998 17YO @RogerFederer (878)def Raoux(45) 62,62 in the 1stR in Toulouse for his 1st ATP singles match victory

Pictures of the Week 8.20.15

Jammu and Kashmir

THE SHOT: The Great Migration of 2015

I have been covering the migrant story for three weeks in Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria. I wanted to witness, and photograph, the biggest mass migration of people in Europe since WWII. The exodus of people from the Middle East and beyond is testing the European Union and beginning …

These photos show what springtime was like in Paris in 1960

Over fifty years ago, avid traveler and amateur photographer Charles W. Cushman traveled to Paris in the springtime and documented the city.<p>The images of Paris in 1960 show a glamorous and romantic city that hasn't changed all that much today.<p>These photos are being shared with permission from the …


Pictures of the Week 5.8.15

APOD: MAVEN at Mars (2014 Sep 26) Image Credit: MAVEN, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Univ. Colorado, NASA Explanation: Launched on November 18, 2013, the MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN) spacecraft completed its interplanetary voyage September 21, captured into a wide, elliptical orbit around Mars. MAVEN's imaging ultraviolet spectrograph has already begun its planned exploration of the Red Planet's upper atmosphere, acquiring this image data from an altitude of 36,500 kilometers. In false color, the three ultraviolet wavelength bands show light reflected from atomic hydrogen (in blue), atomic oxygen (in green) and the planet's surface (in red). Low mass atomic hydrogen is seen to extend thousands of kilometers into space, with the cloud of more massive oxygen atoms held closer by Mars' gravity. Both are by products of the breakdown of water and carbon dioxide in Mars' atmosphere and the MAVEN data can be used to determine the rate of water loss over time. In fact, MAVEN is the first mission dedicated to exploring Mars' tenuous upper atmosphere, ionosphere and interactions with the Sun and solar wind. But the most recent addition to the fleet of spacecraft from planet Earth now in martian orbit is MOM. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page #APOD