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    90 Y.O. Ed Dwight Became The Oldest Person And 21st African-American Man To Go To Space

    Dwight was born on September 9th, 1933, in Kansas City, where he grew up near Fairfax Airport. This municipal airport was turned into an Army Air Force base during World War II. Being in close proximity to the airfield, he often went there to marvel at the planes, hoping that one of the pilots would give him a ride. Making history as the oldest to ever do so, 90-year-old Ed Dwight finally fulfilled his dream to reach space “They’d say to me, ‘Hey kid, would you clean my airplane? I’ll give you a dime,'” Dwight shared his memories. But he aspired for more; he wanted to fly. It took years…

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    Pilot Captures Storms And Other Changing Weather Conditions From His Cockpit

    If you’re someone who loves to gaze out the window during a plane ride to take in the stunning scenery, then you might be interested in the breathtaking aerial photography of Santiago Borja. We featured his awe-inspiring shots of thunderstorms, captured from a truly unique perspective. And if you’re interested in exploring more of his work, then you’re in luck. The photographer revealed that as a pilot, he quickly realized the unique perspective that he had of the world and nature around him. He then started attempting to capture some of the incredible phenomena he witnessed on every flight. Although storms were a particularly challenging subject to capture, he persisted…

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    “When Nature Reclaims Its Rights”: Exploration Through 15 Pics

    It’s truly amazing to witness how nature can reclaim its territory, even in a world where humans have left their footprints everywhere. The captivating photo series titled “When Nature Reclaims Its Rights” showcases this phenomenon, taking us on a mesmerizing visual journey. Every picture in this series captures the moment when lush vegetation, untamed wildlife, and natural elements take over places abandoned by humans. Through the lens of the photographer, we can see the raw beauty and resilience of nature in action. The photographs in this series are truly breathtaking, depicting remarkable transformations. Whether it’s derelict buildings overrun with vegetation or deserted roads smothered in verdant moss, each image showcases…

  • 20 Exceptional Nature Photographs Crowned Winners At Tokyo International Foto Awards 2023
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    20 Exceptional Nature Photographs Crowned Winners At Tokyo International Foto Awards 2023

    The Tokyo International Foto Awards (TIFA) recently wrapped up another extraordinary year, receiving an impressive number of submissions. The announcement of winners has left us in awe of the diverse and stunning range of photographs selected this year, from beautiful and creative to shocking and authentic. One category that truly stood out was Nature, featuring captivating glimpses of wildlife, stunning sunsets, and the rare beauty of macro photography. Take a journey with us through 20 captivating photos, showcasing a selection of the amazing works of art in this category. #1 Gold In Nature: “The Perfect Cloud” By Francisco Negroni, Chile #2 Gold In Nature: “Fulmini E Saette” By Giuseppe Russo, Italy #3 Gold…

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    15 Amazing & Rare Cloud Formations You’ve Probably Never Seen Before

    Clouds are one of the most fabulous creations of the mother nature. It’s a splendid view formed in different colours and shapes. Sometimes, it’s unbelievable whether a drop of water can create such a massive creation, but it can..!Even though all the beautiful cloud formations might seem random and indescribable to you, a whole cloud classification system is uniform worldwide. Luckily, you don’t need to be a meteorologist or a science fan to appreciate the beauty of a cloudy sky. Here’s a selection of some stunning cloud photos – we bet that you’ll find some weird cloud formations that you’ve never seen before! 1.Mammatus Clouds 2 3 4.Lenticular Clouds 5…

  • 15 Photos Of Mother Earth From This Online Page That Prove Nature Is Lit15 Photos Of Mother Earth From This Online Page That Prove Nature Is Lit
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    15 Photos Of Mother Earth From This Online Page That Prove Nature Is Lit

    It’s easy for us to get caught up in our day-to-day lives and forget just how incredible our planet is. Earth is our one and only home, and it’s absolutely stunning. That’s why it was excited to learn about the ‘Epic Earth‘ account on X (formerly Twitter) that shares breathtaking photos of nature. These images are so awe-inspiring that they might just convince you to grab your hiking boots and explore the great outdoors! Check on below to see those beautiful pictures of the mother nature. 1.Breda, The Netherlands 2.Sakuras With Mount Fuji In The Background 3.Madeira, Portugal 4.British Columbia’s Rainforests 5.Milky Way At The End Of A Tunnel. Australia…

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    Here’s How to Watch the “Ring of Fire” Eclipse Taking Place This Month

    In just a few days, one of the most exciting astronomy events of the year will take place. On Saturday, October 14, 2023, people across the Americas will have the opportunity to witness a “ring of fire” eclipse. This phenomenon occurs when the Moon is at its furthest point from Earth, creating a halo of light around the Sun. Those living in southwestern states of the U.S. will be the luckiest ones, as the path of totality will cross parts of Oregon, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas. However, people in other states will still be able to witness a partial eclipse, which is equally breathtaking. The path of annularity…

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    Christmas star in the western sky today, the wonder of December!

    This year is a series of extremely rare events in the field of astronomy and astronomy. There will be some such wonderful events this Christmas as well. The most important of these is the Jupiter-Saturn Conjunction which takes place on the 21st of this month (today). Conjunction is the approach of two celestial objects to each other. A conjunction of two planets is simply an optical illusion, that is, their relative motion is observed as if they were close to each other. This Jupiter-Saturn Conjunction happens every 20 years, but we can’t see them all. Sometimes this also happens during the day and they are not all the same. This…