In 1968, nine sailors set out to compete in the Sunday Times Golden Globe Race, the first organized, solo, nonstop, round-the-world race. They were heading into the unknown, with no idea how their sailboats
View the planet’s most remote landscapes from a satellite’s perspective. NASA just released 168 pages of stunning images showing the planet's atmosphere, water, land, ice and snow from a satellite's perspective.
NASA is celebrating Earth's incredible natural beauty with a new book featuring stunning images collected from the space agency's many satellites. "For all of the dynamism and detail we can observe from
For 10 years, a rogue fishing vessel and its crew plundered the world’s oceans, escaping repeated attempts of capture. Then a dramatic pursuit across the high seas finally netted the one that got away.
David Coleman has sent out a missive to colleagues about the migration amendment the government announced last year. In case anyone in the government missed it, you can find it below (with thanks to our
The attempt this week to find Sir Ernest Shackleton's missing ship, the Endurance, has ended - without success. A UK-led expedition to the Weddell Sea sent a sub to the ocean floor to look for the sunken