Christie Hemm Klok photographed 45 women who work for the San Francisco Fire Department.
Once upon a time, an asteroid or comet got a bit too close to Mars, leaving a deep, permanent reminder of the encounter on the surface of the planet.
Photographer Rachael Talibart spends months waiting for the perfect shot.
NASA's satellite takes on the exploratory work of the Kepler mission, which so far has discovered more than 2,000 planets orbiting other stars.
Nikola Olic flattens out skylines to create beautiful, often witty juxtapositions.
Ole Witt’s flash photographs make bureaucracy all too real—particularly India’s, dubbed one of the worst in Asia.
For one photographer, Mary Shelley's sci-fi novel is more relevant than ever.
NASA just released an image of a crater-dune combination it is calling Bachan Pac-Man.
These drones-eye aerial shots capture a Scandinavian summer destination in off-season transition.
This hydrothermal field in Dallol puts on a hell of a show.
Pan, the “ravioli moon,” carves a path through the pretty debris ringing this most photogenic of planets.
A century ago Bolivia lost a major piece of itself: the sea.
Seemingly mundane images tell the story of our two-decade-long battle.
Photographer Demian Barrios used a drone to capture the stunning image of Kilauea's fissure.
Peter Shellenberger uses old Fiestaware and Ektachrome film to make his autoradiographs.
Photographer Robert Dawson criss-crossed the continent to document its libraries, which range from the modest to the monumental.
The Large Magellanic Cloud is actually rather small, and NGC 2655 is a blobby "lenticular" shape.
The 13,000-square-mile swathe of silence at the Green Bank Observatory is the perfect place for scientists to listen in on outer space.
Move over, America: France also has its fair share of suburban ennui.
The European Space Agency's craft has already has catalogued more than 1 billion stars.
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