Looking for a great prank to pull on a germaphobe? Invite them over for dinner, but serve it on these colourful plates that look like modern art, but are actually microscopic images of bacteria grown in a petri dish.
These stunning images of the northern lights were captured by astrophotographer Adam Woodworth in L’anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland on the night of June 22nd. It makes me happy to be an earthling. Read More >>
Dutch photographer Maurice Mikkers has taken micrographs (photos taken through a microscope) of a host of narcotics and medicines, from the birth control pill to LSD. The results are incredible. This colourful image shows potassium bitartrate, also know as cream of tartar. See more >>
Using a little bit of maths and a lot of patience, anyone can watch the International Space Station go flying past the Moon. And if you’ve got a DSLR and a telescope handy, you can save that moment in a stunning photo. Read more >>