View this post on Instagram A post shared by Press office (@ministry_antiquities) on Apr 13, 2019 at 10:00am PDT In Egypt, the archeological discoveries never end. This was made all the more clear by the recent discovery of a colorful tomb in Saqqara, home to some of Egypt’s earliest pyramids.
As the devastating Notre-Dame fire continues to dominate the news, everyone is eager to find out the extent of the damage.
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In a historic event, an international team of scientists and astronomers released the first ever photograph of a black hole. To take the image that many thought was impossible, they needed the help of a virtual telescope the size of Earth. The groundbreaking photograph shows a massive black hole at the center of the Messier 87 galaxy, which is located 55 million light years from Earth and was released by Event Horizon Telescope (EHT).
After culling through more than 78,000 photographs from over 4,700 photographers, the expert judges of the World Press Photo contest...
This is it. Real stone from Viñales pic.twitter.com/AkWjkOQlHn — Yankier Paz (@YankierPaz)
From tomorrow, for the first time, the Guardian’s Saturday magazines will be wrapped in a compostable wrapping derived from potato starch, replacing the current plastic wrapping. Starting with London, Essex, Norfolk, Kent, Herts & Suffolk, rolling out to the rest of the UK soon pic.twitter.com/Qy7m4Y6d2B — Katharine Viner (@KathViner) January 11, 2019 Readers of the UK’s The Guardian newspaper may have noticed something a little different when they received last weekend’s edition.
It’s not often you see snow in Arizona, but when you do, it’s pretty magical.
If you love stargazing, you have an even better reason to look forward to 2019.
Italian illustrator Mauro Gatti is tired of reading bad news. And he’s not alone; almost seven in 10 Americans, for instance, experience “news fatigue,” exhausted by both the sheer amount of information and how foreboding it can be. To help combat this, Gatti is using his artistic skills as a way to spread positivity. His Instagram account, The Happy Broadcast, aims to “counter hate and fear culture” by illustrating heartwarming stories from around the world.
Earlier this year, 20 million irreplaceable artifacts housed by Brazil’s National Museum were lost in a fire.
It’s that time of the year again.