Mt. Ijen, on the island of Java, is one of the most dangerous workplaces on Earth.
These astronauts are out of this world and breaking new ground for space science.
Tobias Friedrich dove into 27ºF water to capture the ice formations most people never see.
For those who wince at sports car show-offs, this wacky annual show is a sight for sour eyes.
Italian photographer Claudia Gori documented Italians who claim to suffer from the controversial and scientifically unproven condition.
Even in towns where radiation levels are deemed safe enough to return, apprehension still fills the air.
You’re gonna need shades for this one.
Humans have been snapping pics of their plates for over 160 years—and photos of meals have revealed a lot about the people gathered at the table.
A photographer overcame her altitude anxieties to capture canvas-worthy aerials of the French countryside.
The Spitzer Space Telescope wasn’t big, but its view of the universe was certainly mighty.
Software-driven systems can produce enough searing heat to power manufacturing processes that now gorge on fossil fuels.
An artist goes looking for his past in a Cold War ghost town.
A special panoramic camera allows artist Jay Mark Johnson to distort reality.
We're not sure when this star will go supernova, but one thing is certain: It'll be spectacular.
The project puts DIY shelters built by the unhoused in some of San Francisco's most valuable homes.
New imagery provides insight into how the giant cloud got its distinct shape.
Or even mass from the comfort of your driver's seat. No matter your lifestyle, there’s a way for you to convene with God in America.
From the 1950s to ’70s, hundreds of motels were built in The Wildwoods. Now, in the age of Airbnb, only half of them are still in operation.
NASA's HiRise camera captures white carbon dioxide frost on a scarlet wonderland.
These swirling patterns, likely caused by heat rising from the water below, look like frozen Jackson Pollock paintings.
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