Papua New Guinea through my lens.
MIT creates camera that shoots 1 trillion fps and can see light in motion
MIT has created a camera that can actually view light in motion. By firing trillions of pulses of light and syncing their cameras shutter, they can create a video that shows how light moves through space and reacts to mass. By recording this amazing detail, these cameras can actually see into objects and around corners by monitoring the way the light bounces off and around an object.
Holy crap, this is so cool. Go MIT!
oh my god!!!!!
The dry folded skin of the Sahara desert, looking like the crust of a pie.
This Chilean rock looks like it’s still wet.
Crazed patchwork of farms in Central Asia, a monochromatic 3D hallucination in the snow.
Orbital debris seems to be on a course moving a bit faster than ISS. I’ll try to take more pictures if it swings by.