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(via The European Space Agency photo project - FT.com)

For almost two years, the Portuguese photographer Edgar Martins was allowed behind the scenes at the European Space Agency and its partner organisations around the world, from Russia to Spain to French Guiana. His exploration introduced him to everything from space simulators and testing machines to a living room designed for Mars. Many of the ideas he saw being developed at the frontiers of space science will eventually trickle down to the rest of us. Photographs from Martins’ project will be exhibited in London later this month, and a new book of his work will be published in May.

I like people who are at the intersection of liberal arts and technology. 

The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Contest - Photos - The Big Picture - Boston.com

The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest has begun. Photographers from around the world can submit their photos in the four categories: Travel Portraits, Outdoor Scenes, Sense of Place and Spontaneous Moments. The grand prize winner will receive a National Geographic Expedition to Alaska. The deadline is Monday, June 30, at 12 p.m. EDT. Here is a selection of photos from the early entries.

Many more great photographs will enter the fray in the coming weeks. 

Timelapse: California Roadtrip (by Roadtrippers)

This time-lapse does a great job of exemplifying the unique and diverse geography of California. You know drill - Turn-up the volume, make it full screen and Watch in HD.

In pictures: London now and then

The Museum of London has released some new hybrid images of street scenes from around the capital of Britain. 

2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Part I - In Focus - The Atlantic

A collection of some of the best photos from the winter showpiece.

The urban explorers of the ex-USSR

Exploring the grandiose buildings and industrial infrastructure left over from the USSR is a popular pastime for some young people - but not the faint-hearted.

This is one helluva of a past-time. 

(via The Seventh Continent on Vimeo)

Flying over Antarctica!

"I Left My Heart" SF Timelapse Project (by Marc Donahue)

Great time-lapse of a great city coupled with some great music. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this one and don’t forget to watch the behind the scenes video after you’re done watching this.

(via The World’s 8 Scariest Viewing Platforms)

Hope i can visit at least some of them in my lifetime.

The Epic Land Part 1 - New Zealand Landscapes Timelapse (by Bevan Percival)

I can’t wait for Part-2, enough said!

Seeking Michigan (Part 1) (by Eric Hines)

Another mesmerising time-lapse from Eric Hines. I want you guys to check out all the other videos from Eric after you finish with this. 

The National Ignition Facility - In Focus - The Atlantic

My joy knew no bounds when i came across this gallery.

Andri pol takes a look inside CERN’s swiss headquarters

‘inside CERN – european organization for nuclear research’, a book recently published by Lars Müller, includes a wide selection of photographs, taken by andri pol, which offer a unique insight into life at the company and a glimpse into the lives of the characters behind one of the world’s most scientifically complex institutions.

Click on the link to see further details, as well as a review of the book.