A stuning Aurora Borealis from the night of October 8-9, 2012, that filled the entire sky for Jason Ahrns in Cleary Summit, Alaska. Image credit:
This photo of the Hubbard Glacier in southeastern Alaska was taken from a cruise ship about an eighth of a mile (0.2 km) away. Stretching
An unusually strong storm formed off the coast of Alaska on August 5 and tracked into the center of the Arctic Ocean, where it slowly
One hundred years ago today, the greatest volcanic eruption of the 20th Century occurred at Mount Katmai, Alaska. Mount Katmai, one of a chain of
Researchers from the NOAA – National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Russia will begin the largest-ever survey of ice seals in the Bering Sea off
Jason Ahrns captured this beautiful image of the Aurora from Fort Yukon, Alaska. The aurora was caused by an unexpected geomagnetic storm that took place
Strong winds polished the snow of southwestern Alaska and stretched marine stratocumulus clouds into long, parallel streets in early January, 2012. After crossing Bristol Bay,
Two polar bears appear having fan in the snow. The image was captured on a tour of Alaska by photographer Siddhardha Garige.
Brilliant shades of blue and green explode across the Barents Sea in this natural-color image taken on August 14, 2011, by the Moderate Resolution Imaging
At 65-miles, the proposed tunnel would be twice as long as the Chunnel between France and England, and could connect New York City with London.