Chile sitting along the southeast edge of the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” is used to earthquakes and tsunamis. The strongest quake on record was recorded
Volcano Calbuco timelapse, that erupted on April 22, 2015, for the first time in four decades.
The gigantic European Extremely Large Telescope compared with Giza Pyramids, the Statue of Liberty and the Colosseum in Rome.
Chile’s Calbuco volcano is erupting for the first time in 42 years in a spectacularly way, spewing huge amounts of ash into the atmosphere. Watch
Wingsuit pilot Sebastian Alvarez, proving his precision flight skills in his squirrel suit, blasting through the Chilean flag
The Next-Generation Transit Survey (NGTS) located at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in northern Chile, is the new Exoplanet hunter.
Time-lapse of a whole night at the ALMA Array Operations Site (AOS), located at 5000 metres altitude on the Chajnantor plateau, in the II Region
An 8.2-magnitude earthquake off the coast of northern Chile on April 1, 2014 was followed by at least 10 aftershocks. This activity initially generated tsunami
‘Halo Santiago’ by Architects of Invention, a proposal which was awarded third prize in the ‘Torre Antena Santiago competition.’
The annual Geminid meteor shower rained down on planet Earth over the past few weeks, from a radiant point in the constellation of the Twins.