Amazing Images: The Best Science Photos of the Week
Each week we find the most interesting and informative articles we can and along the way we uncover amazing and cool images. Here you’ll discover 10 incredible photos and the stories behind them.
Your selfies may never be famous, but using a new website you can transform your photos into different styles of famous artists.
Inky the octopus:
One night, in an empty aquarium, a curious and creative octopus named Inky escaped from his tank and from the building. The feat doesn’t suprise experts as they are known as escape artitsts.
Using a new spin on an old technology called Schiliern photography, NASA has captured this fantastic image of a plane and its shock waves. Using the data, NASA hopes to create a new, quieter supersonic jet.
A team of researchers has set their sights on making everyone an artist by designing a robotic, radio-controlled spray can that reproduces photographs as large-scale paintings.
[Full Story: ‘Smart’ Spray Cans Could Make Anyone a Mural Artist]
The sun, like every other star, will die in a fantastic explosion, taking the Earth with it. While that’s not exciting news, we don’t have much to worry about.
[Full Story: What Will Happen to Earth When the Sun Dies?]
During a study of diversity off the coast of Panama, scientists noticed and investigated an odd disturbance. They discovered an unbelievable sight — thousands of red crabs “swarming like insects.”
A tiny clue hidden in the bizarre eyes of the 300-million-year-old remains of a “Tully monster” has helped scientists determine that the curious creature is a vertebrate, a new study finds.
A rare Eurasian lynx scared a wolf off from approaching her kittens in the wilds of the Carpathian Mountains.
Look up this weekend to catch bright Mars as it begins a zigzag detour across the spring sky.
[Full Story: Get Ready: Mars Reverses Its Course In the Sky Saturday]
An enormous space “spider,” glowing a strange and radioactive shade of green, stretches its many legs across the cosmos in a stunning new NASA photo.