There are almost 10,000 bird species flying the skies, roaming the lands, and diving the waters of our planet. Some of them are pretty similar to one another, perhaps because the two species diverged only relatively recently. But some of them are so unique you won't believe they're not made up.
Iranian officials happily announced on Monday that it downed and recovered a US drone as it was performing reconnaissance over Iranian territory. However, US officials have already denied that the drone is theirs and that, even if it were, there's nothing Iran can do with it. Here's why.
This new image of the Eagle Nebula—without a doubt one of the most amazing objects in space—is stunningly trippy. It combines the two opposite ends of the electromagnetic spectrum in one shot: Far-infrared and X-ray. Absolutely gorgeous.
This image is now making the endless copypaste Tumblr rounds wrongly labeled as "missiles in the stratosphere." But if those are not really missiles, what are they? The answer is much more interesting, according to Military.com.
The BBC's Earthflight series is amazing. They use "many filming techniques to create the experience of flying with birds as they encounter some of the greatest natural events on the planet." The results are stunning.
Say hello to Einstein, a bald eagle from the University of Missouri's Raptor Rehabilitation Project. The giant bird took to the skies on July 4th after three months of rehabilitation.
East Missoula, Montana wins the award for the weirdest power outage from natural causes.
What do you get when you fly a remote controlled eagle made out of plastic on a real eagle's airspace? One big pissed off eagle chasing the fake one, that's what. The video is beautiful, though.
In much the same way that science came to the rescue for a tail-less dolphin, a very dedicated group of volunteers is working hard to develop a robo-beak for one unfortunate eagle. "Beauty" was the victim of a hunter's bullet a number of years ago, leaving her unable to clutch or tear at food. Over the course of the…
As part of the ongoing investigation on the accident that has nearly one third of the US F-15 Eagle fleet grounded, Boeing Phantom Works has released this simulation reconstructing the "structural failure of a US Air National Guard F-15C, caused by fatigue cracking of a forward fuselage longeron, slowed down to…