The Black Trap in Munich by Alberto Seveso
Imaginary Exoplanets Found in the Tops of San Francisco’s Fire Hydrants
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME!
(Pictures from the surprise TF’s movie-mini-party)
Thank you for the birthday messages. I can’t reply to your tumblr asks, I still have a problem with that. Anyways, Thank you so much! Kudos! :)
Silhouettes by Mario Moreno
At the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory, scientists have been experimenting with sound waves and pharmaceutical solutions, levitating soluble drops between two speakers facing each other. While their research has produced some visually fascinating results, it has also led to the discovery of a far more effective method for creating amorphous drugs, which happen to be the more desirable of two forms that pharmaceutical drugs can take.Watch Video Here.
GIFs by Science-llama
A brilliant series of minimalist typographic tributes to scientists and their discoveries. I especially like the Copernicus one :)
Artwork by Kapil Ghagat (on Tumblr at bhagatkapil)
Jason Hatfield and Colleen Pinski
solar flares (up to 300 000 km long) and sunspot (approx 27 000 km across) captured by the swedish solar telescope in 2002.
Looking out in Wonderment by Jacki