Did you know that every month the full moon has a different name? After September’s Harvest Moon, stargazers are in for a real treat this weekend when the glowing orange Hunter’s Moon will be on full display. On October 13, the sky will be ablaze with this brilliant full moon which peaks at 22:07 pm GMT (5:07 pm EDT) according to the Farmer’s Almanac.
The Komodo dragon is one of the most fearsome animals to roam the planet.
If you didn’t think the ancient Greeks had a sense of humor, this clever drinking cup might convince you.
Have you ever wished that you could get hands-on in the battle to conserve our planet? If you also have an adventurous spirit, you’ll be thrilled to learn about Airbnb’s new Antarctica Sabbatical. The company is teaming up with environmental advocacy group The Ocean Conservancy to send five volunteers on the adventure of a lifetime.
Cats are often stereotyped as being aloof creatures, but that generalization has been proven to be far from the truth.
Off the heels of the first-ever photo of a black hole, NASA has just released incredible new visualizations that are...
If you had any doubts about the power of nature, just tune into storm chaser Dustin Farrell‘s new video. In this three-and-a-half-minute highlight reel, Farrell takes us along on two years of storm chasing adventures. Shot with his Phantom Flex 4, the 4K video is a stunning look at lightning strikes and storm clouds as they dramatically take over the environment.
There’s an old saying that “a zebra doesn’t change its stripes,” but what happens if it has no stripes at...
Any pet owner will tell you that their animal is a member of the family.
Hungarian photographer László Francsics was named Astronomy Photographer of the Year for his innovative look at a lunar eclipse. By artistically stacking photos, Francsics displays 35 phases of the total eclipse, which moves from red to black to white. Given that 2019 is the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the image is an apt winner of the Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest.
Move over, Vantablack—there’s a new blackest black in town.
Humans aren’t the only species to use context clues to determine if a situation is safe or not.