Editor’s note: Hello, Dixieland. Posted to the NASA Views Earth at Night photoset: www.flickr.com/photos/28634332@N05/sets/72157625188331491/ Southeastern USA at night is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 30 crew member on the International Space Station. The brightly lit metropolitan areas of Atlanta, GA (center) and Jacksonville, FL (lower right) appear largest in the image with [...]
Rowley Shoals in the Timor Sea are featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 29 crew member on the International Space Station. This photograph highlights the trio of coral reef atolls known as Rowley Shoals, located in the southwestern Timor Sea. Three reef areas make up the shoals—extending approximately 100 kilometers from northeast to [...]
This shot was taken at a disused lock up in Cumbernauld. The saxophonist was part of a touring project called Shadowed Spaces. The project is guided by the idea that within busy urban areas there are public spaces that allow you to feel a sense of privacy and that these places arise out of necessity [...]
Here in the incubator space there are semi-private areas with Smartboards and whiteboards for both staff and students to use. The furniture is easily movable making the space flexible. Chair coverings are the same as other chairs – all matching and colour coordinated. By: jisc_infonet
Sea levels are rising everywhere, but in some areas they are rising quicker than others, bringing increased dangers of flooding. A new satellite — Jason 2 — has been launched to continue work to monitor the situation, providing valuable information for scientists trying to understand how ocean levels fit into the climate change puzzle.
Space Shuttle Endeavor on the launch pad. When on the pad waiting for launch the orbiter is covered in a service cocoon to allow maintenance crews access to all areas of the orbiter. (Normally the orbiter is on the opposite side) This is as close as visitors are allowed to get. During a launch visitors [...]