From approximately 220 miles above Earth, one of the Expedition 26 crew members aboard the International Space Station took this wintry picture of metropolitan New York City, which was bracing for its third heavy storm of the season. The crew member used a 70-mm focal length on a digital still camera to record the image. [...]
Engaging Battleship class UFO. A funny shock at the beginning with the heavy floaters. Encountered a movement glitch (?) with the Muton Berserker part. And giving experience to my Major ranked Support.
I would like to present one of my latest projects which has been on and off for some time, Thorgir the Forgeworld Venerable Dreadnought painted for my Space Wolves army. Firstly I would like to add that this dreadnought would not have turned out the way it was without the influences of the Dreadnought done [...]
Lake Eyre floods in South Australia are featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 30 crew member on the International Space Station. Heavy rain in early March 2011 produced the comparatively unusual event of water entering Lake Eyre. The southernmost and deepest lobes, Belt Bay and Lake Eyre South, were filled first. In this [...]
RS-25D engines line the wall of the Engine Processing Facility at Kennedy Space Center, Fla. The 15 engines used during the Space Shuttle Program are being transfered to Stennis Space Center, Miss., where they will be stored for future use on NASA’s new heavy-lift rocket, the Space Launch System, which will carry NASA’s new Orion [...]
A RS-25D engine in the Engine Processing Facility at Kennedy Space Center, Fla., is awaiting placement in a transportation canister for shipment to Stennis Space Center in south Mississippi. The 15 RS-25D engines used during the Space Shuttle Program will be stored at Stennis for future use on NASA’s new heavy-lift rocket, the Space Launch [...]