Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have been observing the super typhoon from space, capturing photos of the intimidating storm including the giant 15 nautical-mile wide eye.
The devastating effect of humans on planet Earth, presented in these amazing ‘now and then’ images from NASA.
This how Earth look like during a Total Solar Eclipse, from space. The totality occurring over Greece and part of Turkey.
Scientists are working at a seismic study, to 3D map Earth’s interior, that will be ready at the end of the year.
In this fascinating comparison photo we see a view of Earth from Mars (as seen by NASA’s Curiosity rover) and Mars from Earth as captured by Bill Dunford. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and the second smallest planet in the Solar System after Mercury. It is approximately 225,300,000 km away from Earth. It is also one of the five ‘visible’ planets from Earth.
Here are some of the most realistic and imminent ways that humanity could perish from the earth as we know it.