Hong Kong’s skyline, a holiday lightshow in London, wildfire in Israel, a newborn giraffe in Amsterdam, a foamy ‘snowstorm’ in Santa Clara, California, and much more.
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Photos of the Week: 11/12–11/18
Protests worldwide, floating lanterns in Thailand, ‘balloon fishing’ with condoms in Cuba, ‘acqua-alta’ in Venice, Trump’s name removed from buildings in New York, and much more.
Portraits of Bollywood’s Biggest Stars
An intimate look at the stars of the world's largest film industry
Source: Mark Bennington: Portraits of Bollywood's Biggest Stars - The Atlantic
Still Cleaning Up: 30 Years After the Chernobyl Disaster
Recent images of the ongoing cleanup work and the ghost towns being reclaimed by nature within the 1,000-square-mile (2,600-square-kilometers) exclusion zone in Ukraine.
Source: Still Cleaning Up: 30 Years After the Chernobyl Disaster - The Atlantic
Scenes From Underground
Caves and tunnels have always been part of human life.
The Dizzying Cityscape of Hong Kong
In Hong Kong, space has always been at a premium. The small autonomous territory houses more than 7.3 million residents within just 426 square miles.
Enceladus, Saturn’s Amazing Snowball Moon – The Atlantic
On October 28, NASA’s Cassini orbiter will be making its deepest-ever dive through the ocean spray from Enceladus—passing within a mere 30 miles of the icy surface.
Source: Enceladus, Saturn's Amazing Snowball Moon - The Atlantic
The Flying Machines of Flugtag – The Atlantic
Since 1992, Red Bull has been organizing Flugtag (“flying day”) events around the world, where participants build and pilot homemade flying machines off a 28-foot-high flight deck above a body of water. The aerodynamic qualities of many of the creatively built aircraft are questionable, and most do not so much fly as... plummet.