By day, Santiago Olay works as a deck officer on a large cargo ship. But by night, he explores his passion for photography by taking incredible images of the sky. Combatting vibrations and movement, Olay has perfected a setup that allows him to come away with beautiful photos of the Milky Way.
Technology has the incredible ability to make jobs easier for some people, particularly for scientists.
When NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley were launched toward the ISS on Saturday, they weren’t alone.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX has made history by successfully docking the Dragon Endeavour spaceship at the International Space Station. Veteran NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley were aboard the spaceship, which was launched into orbit via the Falcon 9 rocket on May 30. It’s the first time that NASA astronauts have entered the ISS from a commercially made spaceship.
Graduate student Russell Marx is taking experimental photography to a whole new level.
Thanks to the Schmidt Ocean Institute, we’re getting a whole new perspective on life in the deep sea.
Thanks to campaigning by one young boy, more people in England may see their lives saved due to organ transplants. Max and Keira’s law, which went into effect on May 20, changes England’s organ donor system. Now, instead of having to opt-in and sign up with the NHS Organ Donor Register, adults will all be considered organ donors unless they opt out of the system.
Photographer Mack Murdoc is always up for a challenge.
In 1898, marine biologist Carl Chun led a German expedition on the SS Valdivia to explore the deep sea.
Backyard astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy is known for his spectacular photographs of the moon, but this time he aimed his lens at a different celestial body. Using all of his skill and experience, McCarthy has managed to capture some incredible views of the Sun.
In an incredible show of teamwork, several organizations have collaborated to create a view of Jupiter like no other.
Another supermoon is making its appearance in the skies.