Christina Seely’s photographs of the world’s most brightly illuminated cities on NASA’s map of earth at night: http://nyr.kr/1akrW6q
“Metropolis 35° 00′ N 135° 45′ E” (Kyoto)
A reminder that there is an image of the sunset seen from Mars.
Take a moment to realize that this is the result of a robotic motor vehicle travelling millions of kilometres of space, successfully landing on the surface of another planet and communicating with Earth from there.
Captured by NASA’s Spirit rover in 2006.
Prague-based designer Nikola Klímová illustrates literary classics with gorgeous modern covers. (via Paper Darts)
Seljavallalaug near Skógarfoss, Iceland.
Contributed by Harrison Lane.