Last night cooking dinner I was chopping up an onion, something I’ve done countless times, and experienced a strange sensation. My eyes started burning and watering.
We all saw instructions for how to make a pinhole camera out of a cereal box or a piece of foil. But nature had us covered.
That is not to say, photography that is really good. It’s photography of stars. It’s great to see what a digital SLR and a tripod can do.
At the Edison Lab in West Orange, NJ.
TPM has the “nine best videos” of the meteor that hit this morning. I listened to this one with headphones the first time, and was jolted out of my seat. I can’t imagine what it was like on the ground: http://youtu.be/MKx97csfPy0 Careful, be sure your volume isn’t turned up.
There’s something breathtakingly poetic about this story.
But I think the subtitle translates to “HOLY ****!”
I can only imagine what this one’s worth now.
Ultra-HD Video of the Mars rover Curiousity’s landing, from the rover’s point-of-view.
I can’t believe I’m posting a cat video. Why? Because it’s physics, byotches, that’s why!
Mars of course is getting all the attention these days, but this just-released time-lapse video from the International Space Station is just stunning.