• Flare release in the evening sky

Flare release in the evening sky

By |August 30, 2015|

A stunning photo shows a Lynx Mk8 helicopter, light up the evening sky with an amazing flare release, with the HMS Richmond, a Royal Navy Type 23 frigate in the background.

  • Aerial time-lapse of oil tanker entering a narrow port (1)

Aerial timelapse of oil tanker entering a narrow port

By |August 29, 2015|

Aerial timelapse of oil tanker entering the very narrow Port of Galway.   Take a look at the video…

  • ICELAND

ICELAND

By |August 29, 2015|

A fantastic compilation of drone footage from a recent 8-day trip to Iceland…

  • Aquion Energy battery

A new battery clean enough to eat

By |August 28, 2015|

Researchers develop a new high performance battery, that is safe, cost effective, in an environmentally friendly package.

  • NASA is testing flying machines

Watch how NASA is testing flying machines

By |August 28, 2015|

NASA’s Landing Impact and Research Facility used to conduct crash testing of full scale aircraft, under controlled conditions and splash testing of space capsule mock ups.   Watch the video…

  • LG Rolly Keyboard (1)

LG Rolly Keyboard

By |August 28, 2015|

LG’s Rolly rollable desktop keyboard, folds up along the four rows to create an easy-to-carry “stick” that fits into one’s pocket.

  • Watch Live a Robot exploring 2100 meters below the Pacific Ocean

Watch Live a Robot exploring 2100 meters below the Pacific Ocean

By |August 28, 2015|

Watch Live a robot of NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer, from July 10 to September 30, 2015, exploring the Deep Waters off Hawai’i.

  • The steering wheel of the HMS Queen Elizabeth

A tiny wheel to steer the largest Royal Navy’s Warship

By |August 28, 2015|

A tiny steering wheel for the supersize 65, 000 tonne aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, the largest Royal Navy’s warship.

  • U-boat Worx C-Researcher 3 Submersible (5)

Deep-diving research Submarine

By |August 27, 2015|

The U-boat Worx C-Researcher 3, two seat deep-diving research submarine, can go up to 1,700 meter depth.

  • Aurora australis over Antarctica

Cosmic fire in Antarctica

By |August 27, 2015|

This rare image of the aurora australis, is a well-deserved bonus for the crew of 13 who are spending the winter months in Concordia station in Antarctica, cut off for nine months from friends and family.

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