On September 15, 2017, Cassini will throw itself into the planet it has orbited since 2004. But it’s not going out without some epic views first.
Wildlife photographer Mark Thorpe captured this rare occurrence in a timelapse.
The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) rings in its sixth year in space with a gorgeous, high res timelapse.
The music really adds to the creep factor.
Timelapse Video: "SFO at Night."
The problem with aging isn't that it's completely awful. The problem with the aging process is that it can be really difficult, almost incomprehensibly so, to actually see it going down.
If only Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.5 in Eb Major could cue up every time I get caught walking in the rain, which as of late has proven quite often.
It's the "Hubble Space Telescope's birthday week":http://motherboard.tv/2011/4/23/hubble-reaches-drinking-age-and-prepares-to-die, but take a moment to indulge yourself in some astronomy porn courtesy of nothing more than a high-end Canon on a steady…