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These Magnified Frost Crystal Images Are Totally Enchanting

For decades, Elizabeth Root Blackmer has used macro lenses to capture breathtaking images of water droplets, spiderwebs, and skeins of ice. For her latest series, Blackmer decided to shoot macro images of the frost crystals that form inside the storm windows of her Maine farmhouse. The conditions have to be …

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Space Photos of the Week: Juno Spies Jupiter's Mesmerizing Clouds

Take a second with this one. Expand the photo. Take a breath and lose yourself in Jupiter. This slightly stretched image is a combination of three photos from Juno, meaning we’ve never seen Jupiter quite like this. Note the perfectly outlined storms, waves of clouds, and swirling cyclones. And of …

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Space Photos of the Week: It’s Love vs. Hate in Star vs. Star

The universe does not believe in Christmas, though this photo of a stellar nursery called NGC 346 might remind you of a seasonal decoration. It’s actually a combination of images: NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope provided the infrared, the ESO’s New Technology Telescope added the visible light spectrum, and the European …

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Hundreds of Photos Form a Single Portrait of Britain’s Decline

The journey to the camera takes many paths. English artist Emily Allchurch began her career as a sculptor; it was at the Royal College of Art, where she earned her master’s degree, that she began incorporating photographs into her work. And although photography is now her primary medium—Allchurch best known …

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Photo Gallery: A Look at 20 Years of Drought Ravaging Southeast Iran

If you drove through the Hamoun Wetlands of southeastern Iran centuries ago, you would have found an oasis. In the rainy season, lakes and marshes have drenched its more than 1,500 square miles, sustaining deer, flamingos and even leopards. Humans made a decent life for themselves by tending cattle, catching …

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Space Photos of the Week: Do You Want to Land on an Asteroid?

Talk about getting a piece of the rock: NASA’s OSIRIS-REx arrived at the near-Earth asteroid Bennu earlier this week. Bennu, which orbits the Sun, is seen here covered in dirt, smaller rocks, and the occasional boulder. After two years and a journey of 1.2 billion miles, OSIRIS-REx was only 11 …

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Photo Gallery: A Dress Rehearsal for a Crewed Mission to Mars

Photographer Florian Voggeneder says this image of analog astronaut Gernot Grömer was the most challenging shoot of the series. “The flight planners don’t want to have an analog astronaut standing on top of a hill because they could tip and fall over,” he says. “What you can’t see in the …

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A Supercell Storm Chaser Photographs Thundering Formations

Photographer Mitch Dobrowner has spent the past decade shooting storms likes this one, which he captured near Guymon, Oklahoma. Dobrowner works with storm chaser Roger Hill to capture images of supercells like this one in Moorcroft, Wyoming. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Hill has seen more tornadoes—like …

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Space Photos of the Week: Packing for Mars

This odd zigzagging terrain is part of Mars’s south pole. These odd features are a result of the Martian seasonal changes. As the water ice that forms in the winter thaws, dry ice underneath it evaporates, leaving these irregular shapes. By observing the seasonal changes on Mars with the HiRise …

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