This is so cool to see. For those of us that remember Apollo and the limited views of those launches, this is truly remarkable.
Monthly Archives: March 2008
This would be very cool! It has been 25 years since he ordered a martini, shaken, not stirred.
But Sean Connery, who played James Bond in seven of the classic spy movies, has a sudden taste for a comeback – as a villain.
Preliminary discussions are said to have taken place between the 77-year-old actor and Bond producers…
This remarkable image sequence captures a series of massive calving events at Columbia Glacier near Valdez, Alaska. Composed of 436 frames taken between May and September of 2007, it was taken as part of the ongoing Extreme Ice Survey, an ambitious project to capture global warming-induced glacial retreat in the act.
While docked and onboard the International Space Station, a STS-123 Endeavour crew member captures the glowing green beauty of the Aurora Borealis March 21, 2008. Looking northward across the Gulf of Alaska, over a low pressure area (cloud vortex), the aurora brightens the night sky. This image was taken on March 21, 2008 at 09:08:46 GMT with a 28
This video is not very long but is a great look at what can be done creatively with architecture. This is from National Geographic and worth a quick look.