Daniele Charlie Brown Chiesa

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L+50: Logbook My 50th day in space and certainly a big day here on ISS yeste...

<b>L+50: Logbook</b><p>My 50th day in space and certainly a big day here on ISS yesterday – as I’m sure you’ve heard, Dragon has arrived! We now have a new …

Space Station – Off The Earth, For The Earth

Ever wanted a deeper dive into the life of the International Space Station? The flight directors in charge of the teams that oversee its systems have …

Space Exploration

È sempre fantastico quando uno di questi atolli appare all'improvviso nel mezzo del blu dell'oceano. Always amazing when, in the middle of blue ocean, one of these atolls pops up all of a sudden.

Phnom Penh. 9/01/2015: Emmanuèle Phuon rehearses 'Brodal Serei', a choreography piece based on Khmer boxing. More here: http://johnvink.com/news/ @vinkjohn

BKK in 2015 reminds me of Blade Runner, which takes place in 2019. “Made in Bangkok” is my first installment in the Future of Cities project, a collaboration between @Panospictures and @SGIAmbassadors. In November I spent 10 days photographing the complex globalized futuristic surreal extremes of the Thai capital. For the rest of the week, I’ll be posting images from the work. Check out the full series at the links below... @caneparitilidie http://bit.ly/1KpCUde http://bit.ly/1zJ4hv1 #bangkok #FutureOfCities #thailand

The Geography of Poverty - Sign posts. Turlock, CA. Turlock is a city in Stanislaus County, California. The population was 68,549 at the 2010 census. 17.2% live below the poverty level. #geographyofpoverty 37°29'40"N 120°50'47"W www.geographyofpoverty.com

Leaving El Salvador to go home. What a beautiful country. #iphoneonly @viiphoto #homewardbound

Welcome to Bangkok! A performer waits to go on stage at The Playhouse, an all ladyboy cabaret show that exclusively performs American showtunes. Kathoey or “Ladyboy” is a catchall for transgender women or effeminate males. For years, there has been serious conversations about officially making “Kathoey” a third gender, a sign of just how accepted they are in Thailand. “Made in Bangkok” is my first installment in the Future of Cities project, a collaboration between @Panospictures and @SGIAmbassadors. In November I spent 10 days photographing the complex globalized futuristic surreal extremes of the Thai capital. For the next few days I’ll be posting images from the work. Check out the full series at the links below... @caneparitilidie http://bit.ly/1KpCUde http://bit.ly/1zJ4hv1 #bangkok #FutureOfCities #thailand #ladyboy #transgender

A lamp shop at the entrance of the Christian neighborhood of Ankawa, in Erbil. Erbil has become home to tens of thousands of refugees from the Nineveh Valley, forced to flee their homes by the same forces that prompted U.S. air strikes in August. Iraq’s Christians have faced increased persecution, fleeing for the west. Many have ended up in the largely Christian community of Ankawa, on the outskirts of Erbil, on their way out of the country, a place that photographer Guillermo Cervera traveled to in December. A mere 50 miles or so from Mosul, the largest city in Iraq currently controlled by ISIS militants, the Iraqi Christians who make the up the majority of Ankawa’s population celebrated Christmas in partially constructed commercial centers and in tents in the gardens of some churches. “With the refugees not only end two thousand years of Christianity in the valley of Nineveh but also five thousand years of Assyrian culture,” Cervera told msnbc. “They are the heirs of Mesopotamia, and they are disappearing.” Photo by @GuillermoCervera For more from the photo essay, “A glimpse of a disappearing people”, go to www.msnbc.com/photography #refugees #erbil #iraq #ISIS #christianity #msnbc