Take a look through this gorgeous gallery of auroras. Can you tell borealis from australis? Click on the link below to browse through more images and see if your guesses are correct.
More and more people are giving up the hefty price of cable for online viewing. But just how much has Internet based TV changed the way we watch our beloved shows? Click on the infographic below to see the major competition and if one of them might be right for you.
Yheu-Shen Chua won third place in the 2011 Skyscraper Competition for this take on the Hoover Dam. The design incorporates the viewing platform, bridge and gallery into one structure, including a vertical aquarium to show off the 700-foot drop into the Black Canyon.
What happens when you toss hot water into the air on a very cold day? It turns into ice, of course. Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) field team member Anna Bramucci takes advantage of this on a -25 F day at Lake Fryxell field camp in Antarctica.
Take a peek at these aerial views. Notice anything…different? That's because Clement Valla's series "Postcards from Google Earth" depicts bridges and roads that appear warped when you zoom in just the right way.
To celebrate the 25th birthday of SXSW, we found this amazing infographic to help remind us just how far the festival has come since 1986. I mean, it has a lego room people. This is one massive infographic, so visit Flickr to explore in depth.
Move over Sydney…after 7 years of construction, the Guangzhou Opera House is now complete. Zaha Hadid's spectacular design integrates two separate buildings and the surrounding Pearl River. Considered the cultural center of Guangzhou, the opera house is a dazzling feat of modern design.
Thanks to the Secret Garden Project by UP Projects, inner city birds and bugs now have a place to call home. These sculptural habitats were constructed in green spaces around London to help remind folks that parks are precious.
Here's a lovely shot of sea ice surrounding the island of Shikotan, one of the largest in the chain of Kuril Islands stretching from northern Japan to the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia. This quick-forming ice was captured by NASA's Earth Observing-1 satellite and carved into swirling patterns by strong winds.
French artist Bibi used 250 red 20-liter polyethylene recycled water jugs to make this igloo. The Bibigloo (Bibi + igloo) is an art installation, but could act as a real shelter for the Inuit people as ice thaws.