This mind-bending image looks like something out of Inception, but in fact it’s a view of fields in the south Khartoum area of Sudan. How the hell do they grow anything on that?
This is the shoreline of the northeastern Caspian Sea—the largest lake in the world—as seen by Korea Aerospace Research Institute's Kompsat-2 satellite. But it's suffocating.
A small corner of Athens, pays homage to the city that never sleeps. In our latest example of science-inspired design, the carpets of this marketing firm are a satellite image map of New York City, bringing the harbour city to Greece.
This beautiful orange swirl looks like it could be an oil painting—but it is in fact a low pressure system currently floating above the Southern Ocean, just west of Australia.
After heavy rains, the Limpopo river in southern Mozambique has burst its banks, causing floods that have driven more than 150,000 people from their homes and killed at least 38, according to a UN official on Tuesday.