Researchers have used new image processing techniques to reveal two images of planetary systems forming around their home stars. The images are, according to NASA, "two treasures that were hiding in the Hubble archives." They are spectacular.
Here you have it, people: four F-35A Lightning IIs returning in formation to Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. According to the USAF, "pilots with the 33rd Fighter Wing began flying the formation for the first time at Eglin AFB last week." After so many production problems and delays, only now they have enough planes…
You know, the F-35 may have had a lot of problems and it may be overpriced and late and whatever. I don't care. It still looks amazing. This photo of two F-35s flying in formation is so awesome that it is now my new desktop picture.
When man created GoPro cameras, this is what he intended them to be used for. This video shows the amazing Black Diamond Jet Team in training—and if you're scared of flying, it might be best not to watch it.
Astrophysicists from the University of Zurich working with UCSC's astronomers have created the world's first realistic simulation of the formation of the Milky Way. It's amazing that all this clockwork perfection came out of such a galactic Charlie Foxtrot.