The Best Way To Transport A Rhino? Upside Down, Tied to a Helicopter

Animals often have to be relocated by conservation organizations. Sometimes it's to move them to safety, farther away from poachers, and sometimes it's to introduce new genes into a population. NatGeo photographer Emma Gatland joined a group from Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife for a white rhino relocation effort in Kwa Zulu… » 5/14/14 5:53pm 5/14/14 5:53pm

This Gorgeous Sea Star Larva Is Your Next Desktop Wallpaper

You're going to want to expand this gorgeous, high-resolution photo to full screen, and use it as your desktop wallpaper. This transparent critter is a brachiolaria, which is the second larval stage of many types of sea stars. The photo was taken by Alex Semenov in July 2013, in Russia's White Sea. » 3/25/14 11:20am 3/25/14 11:20am

The Siege Of Brazil From Space

Today is a great hot summer day for a terrific space photo to cool us down a bit. Those battering storm clouds over the Atlantic surely look awesome in the grazing sunlight, framed by the almost transparent solar panels of the Progress 50 freighter spacecraft and the Soyuz 35 (TMA-09M) spacecraft (on the left). NASA… » 7/09/13 4:34pm 7/09/13 4:34pm

Rare Photos Of The Soviet Space Program From Gagarin To Intercosmos

In the Eighties Hungary was truly excited about its first cosmonaut going to space. Bertalan Farkas along with Soviet cosmonaut Valery Kubasov, was launched into space on Soyuz 36 from Baikonur Cosmodrome on May 26, 1980 as part of the Interkosmos (or Intercosmos) program. The following photos were issued in one pack… » 4/19/13 4:05pm 4/19/13 4:05pm

Awesome Underwater EVA Training Photo Of Astronaut Thomas Pesquet

In this recently issued magnificent image is ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet descending underwater during spacewalk training at NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab in Houston, USA. Training and support divers follow his movements. Training underwater on a life-size mockup of the Space Station is one way astronauts prepare for… » 4/11/13 6:41pm 4/11/13 6:41pm

Space Shuttle Endeavour takes its final trip through the streets of Los…

The retired space shuttle Endeavour rolled into its final home this morning, the California Science Center at Exposition Park. But before being put out to pasture, Endeavour got one final ride this weekend, through the streets of Los Angeles, treating locals to the surreal sight of a space shuttle in their midst. » 10/14/12 1:00pm 10/14/12 1:00pm

Caption this Photo to Win A Cyborg-Sized Load Of Terminator Gear

The two-hour season finale of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles airs tonight on Fox, starting at 8pm (so set those clocks early, folks) and we're giving away a giant chunk of swag from the show. See the photo above of John and Cameron sitting at the table? All you have to do is come up with a funny caption. You… » 3/03/08 10:33am 3/03/08 10:33am

First Look at Indiana Jones in the Cobwebby Alien Dungeon

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull has a new photograph out today, all packed with cobwebs and spiders. It also looks like Shia LaBeouf's uniform throughout the film will be his greaser biker jacket, helping hammer home the whole "Hey, I'm a teenaged rebel, man!" attitude. If he picks up the whip once… » 1/15/08 12:00pm 1/15/08 12:00pm

The Dark Knight Mashed Up with the Campy Knight of 1966

Warner Bros. has been tossing enough promo photos, teaser trailers, viral ads, and movie posters onto the internet to cause a serious glut of Dark Knight materials. Which is where this refreshing slap in the face video comes from. Netizen and part-time editor ntbone has mashed up the sound from the recent trailer for » 1/04/08 2:12pm 1/04/08 2:12pm

We're Starting To Think Cloverfield Has No Monster

Paramount released another photo from the upcoming Cloverfield yesterday, and it's nothing less than completely pointless. The poster for the movie tells us loads more than the above shot featuring actors Michael Stahl-David and Mike Vogel does. But leaking irrelevant pictures is typical Hollywood behavior. Still,… » 1/04/08 10:15am 1/04/08 10:15am