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Farmer, photographer, and amateur astronomer Randy Halverson spent the summer filming these stunning timelapse images of the night sky and storm formations on his property in South Dakota. How did he do it? Halverson writes: One of the challenges in … Continue reading →
Plants are pretty. They feed us and our animal friends. They also are an essential part of the global economy. A new art exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden looks at the importance of plants in the economy. Think … Continue reading →
Sometimes art happens by accident. Entomologists, ichthyologists, arachnologists, geologists, and more all rely on imaging technologies to learn more about the fish, coral, bugs, and landscapes they study. The images they create communicate important information, but they can also be … Continue reading →
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