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Im Jahr 1979 stürzten die Iraner den Schah und unterwarfen sich Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Mattias von Hellfeld erzählt.
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In a world where the smartphone is now ubiquitous, photographers capture daily life in which the personal device is part of the moment. Whether it is used for communication, navigation, a flashlight, a wallet, or to take photos, it’s an essential part of life for many.
What is pictured is a chance superposition of an airplane and the Moon. The contrail would normally appear white, but the large volume of air toward the setting Sun preferentially knocks away blue light, giving the reflected trail a bright red hue.
A low flyover of Jupiter’s moon Europa using recently processed data from NASA’s Galileo orbiter. Uses high resolution grayscale and low resolution color images taken between 1996 and 1998.
Watch a single cell become a complete organism in six pulsing minutes of timelapse. A film by Jan van IJken (janvanijken.com).
It’s not every day that a biological study in a scientific journal makes news around the globe. But in 1972, seabird biologists Molly Wagner and George Hunt got international headlines, letters from farmers affirming their research and a whole lot of hate mail from homophobes. This is the story of how discovering a nest abnormally full of seagull eggs made two scientists unlikely legends in the Pride Movement.
All his life, Gene Shoemaker dreamed of stepping foot on the moon. A geologist known for his work with craters, Gene was set to be one of the first astronauts aboard Apollo 11. But, a failed medical test cut his dreams short. Still, his journey didn’t end there. His wife, astronomer Carolyn Shoemaker, tells us the story of how Gene was always destined to be the man on the moon.
Casting swords in moulds is something often seen in the movies, and is rubbish. Here I tell you why.
A scene from „Rams“, Gary Hustwit’s new documentary about legendary designer Dieter Rams, with original music by Brian Eno. Motion graphics by Trollback & Co.
Rollins describes the seminal moment when he decided to leave his job as manager of Haagen Dazs to become the lead singer of Black Flag.
One of Four films gently encouraging kids to be kinder to each other.
Two Lego minifigures embark on a journey to escape the playroom. The only thing stopping them is a giant, fluffy monster.
Officer Tony’s first day back on the beat. And it takes everything he’s got to finally face the world.