A lovely interactive photo essay charting the results of what happens when evolution produces a life form that allows a planet to take selfies.
A gorgeous visualisation of satellites in Earth orbit. Click around to grasp the scale of the network.
Earth as seen on one day in 2015 from Himawari-8. Beautiful.
This infographic offers a visual way to explore the various stages of the Earth’s history using a 12 hour clock analogy.
This is an awareness project I can get behind: a Clarke-like Project Spaceguard to protect the Earth from asteroid collisions. This campaign will focus awareness of this issue on one single day…
Now if only the front page of this website actually said when that day will be.
Update: And now it does.
A beautiful real-time visualisation of winds on our planet.
This gives me a warm fuzzy glow. The Mefites are using Radio Free Earth to find out which stars are receiving the number one hits from their birthdays.
Beautiful animated GIFs showing the lungs of our planet.
Communal satellite eyes. A Mac screensaver is also available.
Gorgeous pictures from the Suomi satellite, just released by NASA
Another beautiful timelapse video made from photographs taken from the International Space Station.
The music from Sunshine gets me every time.
Beautiful time-lapse photography from Don “we’ve got a Dragon by the tail” Pettit, taken from the International Space Station.
There was a quake in San Francisco last night. The correct response to this situation is to Twitter it.
There's something very Gibsonesque about this real world mashup of Google Maps and Amazon's Mechanical Turk.
This is the first picture of Earth taken from space, specifically from a V2 rocket 60 miles up.
Google Earth is now available for the Mac. Get downloading.