There's Nothing Funny About Flight Safety from Funny Or Die Maybe the skies are getting too friendly when it comes to flight safety presentations. Airlines seem to be going out of their way to entertain travelers in order to keep their attention. Show More Summary
As Dayleen Marrero walked through what was once a hallway to her West Town apartment Wednesday, she pointed through a hole in the drywall to a soaked kitchen, a muddy living room and a charred bedroom upstairs exposed to the sky.
Sikkim was a Himalayan kingdom a third of the size of Wales squeezed between China, India, Nepal and Bhutan. I was there once in April, when the sky was cornflower… Read more The post Lost horizon appeared first on The Spectator.
Footage shot recently in Japan shows 10 white UFO orbs floating and bobbing as they swarmed across the sky over the port city of Osaka. The two-minute clip that shows the bizarre sighting has gone viral online, with comments about an “alien swarm” over the famous Japanese city. Show More Summary
Amazon has laid out plans for a drone highway in sky and central system that allows all drones to communicate.
Amazon has plans for a so-called "superhighway" in the sky so that drones can fly safely without interfering with other aircraft
The evening sky at 700 pm ACST looking west as seen from Adelaide from 30 July to 6 August. The circles show successive positions of Comet C/2014 Q1 PanSTARRS every two days. Similar views will be seen elsewhere in Australia at equivalent local times. Show More Summary
Alt-rock group Awaken The Empire are currently rocking out audiences on the ‘When The Sky Cracks Open Tour’, which sees them playing alongside 10 Years, Nonpoint, and The Family Ruin. Even though they’re slammed bringing their music to new ears every night, we still managed to catch up with singer/guitarist Damien Lawson to ask him […]
The New Horizons spacecraft took a backlit shot of Pluto after its historic fly-by, and saw surprisingly Earth-like features
Google is working on many things, and that includes balloons that fly high in the sky to bring Internet infrastructure to locations that can’t be wired for it easily. Today, Sri Lanka announced that it’s the first country to ever get universal Internet access from Google’s Project Loon. Thanks to a partnership with Google, the country promises “affordable high-speed… Read More
Director – Jeff Tremaine (Director of previous 30 for 30 installment The Birth Of Big Air) Length – 90 minutes with commercials (78 minutes without) Installment – #73 of 30 for 30/ESPN Films series Most Similar To – Hawaiian: The Legend...Show More Summary
Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! No! It's an arcade cabinet! (How is it floating in the air like that?) For this week's edition of Shack's Arcade Corner, Greg Burke checks out one of the few Superman games that was actually worthwhile. Show More Summary
Auroras are among the most captivating phenomena on Earth, brightening polar skies with undulating ribbons of glowing charged particles. These eerie light shows have also been observed on many other planets in our solar system, leading astronomers to speculate that they might be as ubiquitous outside our stellar backyard as they are within it. Show More Summary
"I have watched drag since I was 16. I wanted to bring it into an official place, like an airline."
Ought have shared a second track from their upcoming album, Sun Coming Down (out September 18). It’s called “Men For Miles” and it opens up the LP. We’ve already heard “Beautiful Blue Sky”. Check out “Men For Miles” below:" tml-embed-width="100%" tml-embed-height="450"... Continue reading
When Flo Morrissey rhapsodizes about "singing through the sky," it's easy to imagine her floating through the clouds with a golden lyre. Joanna Newsom producer Noah Georgeson provides the enchanted-forest backdrops for the 20-year-old Brit's ethereal voice; you'll get lost in the lush romanticism of "Why," and the terrifically titled...
Online retail colossus Amazon wants to carve out a special zone of the sky to shuttle commercial drones that would deliver goods to its customers.
Spanish firm Axter Aerospace has developed a new hybrid powerplant that may transform the small single-engine aircraft world, making flight far less risky.
Virgin's latest numbers reflect the positive impact of the cessation of hostilities with Qantas and suggest that a swing to profit isn't too far off.
After wrapping up their time in the United States with a penalty shootout win over Barcelona in Washington, D.C., Chelsea have posted another clever video to mark their return to the UK. Their latest effort might be the best yet. ItShow More Summary