Though we try to keep a very positive focus here, PlanetSave isn’t just a blog about the wonders of the natural world and the glory of Mankind’s inventions. It also … [Read full article]
NASA has released one of the most amazing photos of planet Earth you’re likely to see. Measuring in at 8000 pixels by 8000 pixels at it’s original size, we’re given … [Read full article]
This stunningly beautiful HDR image of the remnants of Hurricane Irene was taken in New York by Jose Sepulveda.
Geek favourite Seth Green and his wife and fellow actor Clare Grant visited the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center on MAY 24. You can check out the full Flickr album of their visit to the center, or check out a few of the best photos below.
This image was taken on March 29 along the coast of northwestern Greenland by NASA’s IceBridge mission.
New Orleans has often been in the news over the past decade, for good and for bad. This true colour image of the city was taken on April 26, 2000, by the Enhanced Thematic Mapper plus (ETM+) on board the Landsat 7 satellite.
This beautiful image depicts the Gedo region in southwest Somalia was acquired by the Advanced Visible and Near Infrared Radiometer instrument on board ALOS, Japan’s Earth observation satellite.
Kangaroos are very interesting animals to many of us because of their unique appearance and their rarity (in most parts of the world). I suppose that in cartoons kangaroos are always the boxers, but I think their not so bad! I think that kangaroos are beautiful and not many people in the world will ever see a kangaroo in their life. But don’t worry! We’ve got photos!
This fantastic image of Holbox Island and the Yalahau Lagoon on the northeast corner of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula was taken by the Korea Multi-purpose Satellite (Kompsat-2) of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute on 12 March.
Lebanon is not what you would necessarily first imagine when asked for a country home in snowy mountains or ski resorts. But you’d be wrong, as the image below beautifully shows.
Thanks to the NASA Earth Observatory, we have this utterly amazing image of Milan at night, taken onboard the International Space Station. Source: NASA Earth Observatory Image of the Day
This amazing image, which so clearly shows the divide between California and Nevada, from green to desert, is courtesy of the European Space Agency, taken by Envisat. Source: ESA on … [Read full article]
Using NASA’s Moderate-resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) aboard the satellite Terra, this spectacular image of cloud vortices off Cheju Do, in South Korea, is available for your viewing pleasure. Source: NASA … [Read full article]