Dustin Farnsworth and Timothy Maddox, WAKE II, 2017, aquaresin, hydrostone, various polychrome, canvas and vinyl acrylic paint. Collection of the artist.
“Look at that picture over there! Here’s the Earth coming up. Wow, is that pretty!”
–William Anders, Apollo 8, December 24, 1968
Courtesy of NASA
Eld’s deer fawn born at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
Photo: Dolores Reed/Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
Orcas, also known as killer whales, may be on the rise in the Southeastern Pacific, at least as indicated by the number of scars on young humpback whales.
Credit: Robert Pittman, NOAA, Wikimedia Commons.
According to estimates, less than 3000 Red Siskins remain in the wild in Venezuela. Photo credit: Jhonathan Miranda / RSI Avian Field Research Specialist.
Astronaut Scott Kelly returning from a year in space (Photo: Bill Ingalls/NASA)
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Pulse Room, 2006 at the Musée d´Art Contemporaine, Montréal, Québec, Canada, 2014. Photo: Richard-Max Tremblay.
Credit: Ntozake Shange by Anthony Barboza, gelatin silver print, 1977. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; Gift of Danica, Celefio, and Lien Barboza. Copyright Anthony Barboza
Photograph of Matthew Shepard at the coliseum in Rome, 1993.
Tent-making bats under leaf
Credit: Thomas Hiller
Confocal images of a Day 3 larvae showing fluorescence from GFP (left) and distribution of DyLight-coated gold nanorod particles surrounding the larva in cryoprotectant (right).
Jeff Donaldson, circa 1970. Photographer unknown. Jeff Donaldson papers. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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