Visualizing the imperceptible with a cosmic timelapse
It’s one of our closest cosmic neighbors and hosts an extremely rich population of star clusters
‘Powers of Ten’ (1977) is an award winning film that takes you on an adventure in magnitudes
Swiss airline pilot and photographer, Sales Wick, took this incredible ‘flightlapse’ during an overnight flight from Zürich to São Paulo
Shot over 6 hours in the Namib Desert, we see a rare lightning storm, clouds and stars as far as the eye can see
With the Earth below and Milky Way above, the views from the ISS never get old
Photographer Nomi Oranchuk took this beautiful shot of a black velvet petunia at Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island, Canada.
It’s like photographing a beach and resolving individual grains of sand. NASA recently released the largest Hubble Space Telescope image ever assembled, displaying sweeping views of a portion of the Andromeda galaxy (M31). Though the galaxy is over 2 million light-years away, the Hubble telescope is powerful enough to resolve individual stars in a…
Ben Coffman is a landscape photographer based out of Portland, Oregon, who specializes in night photography, in particular ‘landscape astrophotography’ featuring the Milky Way. Not only does this give Ben the opportunity to explore the great outdoors, but it lets us city dwellers gain a greater appreciation for the awe-inspiring night sky as well…
Photographer Wes Eisenhauer was filming a timelapse of the Milky Way Galaxy on the night of 16 October 2014 when he captured an incredible fireball in the sky. The phenomenon is referred to as a bolide which is a very bright meteor of an apparent magnitude of −14 or brighter.