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Chrysler building in distance. #nyc #newyorkcity #kitcam
New interactive panorama from the latest Curiosity rover’s self-portrait and surroundings at the “John Klein” drilling site. It was put together by photographer Andrew Bodrov and combines the recent self-portrait and other images to create a full 360-degree panorama created from hundreds of images. The mosaic stretches about 30,000 pixels width.
These photos are the screen shots I took. You can even see the holes Curiosity drilled on the Martian surface in the third photo.
Currently my favorite robot ♥
pair of macrophages, roving about (SEM, 9000x)
credit: Thomas Deerinck
The New York Times took six dashboard camera videos of that Chelyabinsk meteorite — hey, did you know that dashboard cameras were a thing in Russia? — and synced them up.
The early dawn light turns these Outback rock folds into petroglyphs, as if there’s a message there to decode.
(Photo: Winslow Townson / AP)
A gusting winter storm buried parts of the Northeast under 3 feet of snow and left millions of people with little to do Saturday but wait — for lights to come on, flights to resume and packed-in cars to be freed.
Keeping up our best wishes and hopes for everyone to stay safe in the midst of this majorly inclement storm.
A lot of the Australian Outback looks like somebody spilled something on it.
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