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Biosphere 2

Published almost 4 years ago by Jürgen Schrader

If you ever wondered what's inside these domes of Biosphere 2, well, here you go. It is a gigantic membrane to controll the air pressure and climate <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/biosphere-2-dome">...(more)</a>

Vintage Rally, Orkney International Science Festival, Kirkwall, Orkney

Published almost 4 years ago by John Leith

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2010 market the 20th anniversary of the Orkney International Science Festival. The festiv<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/vintage-rally-orkney-international-science-festival-kirkwall-orkney-scotland">...(more)</a>

Planetarium, Baia Mare, Romania

Published almost 4 years ago by Marin Giurgiu

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The Mathematikum. The world's first mathematical science center, Giessen, Germany

Published about 4 years ago by Manuel Schaefer

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The Mathematikum. The world's first mathematical science center, Giessen, Germany

Science Cafe Praha 2010/05

Published about 4 years ago by Jan Vrsinsky

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Science Cafe in Prague in May 2010. Science Cafe is a series of events in where a scientist has a short lecture and people can then ask questions an informal environment.

Yukon River bridge and pipeline viewpoint

Published about 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

The trans-Alaska pipeline and the Dalton Highway cross the Yukon River here.

wolf prints in snow on McCall Creek

Published about 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

We found wolf prints in the snow leading up to one of our weather stations.  We find wolf prints n<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/wolf-prints-in-snow-on-mccall-creek-arctic-national-wildlife-refuge">...(more)</a>

beaver on mid-Jago strip

Published about 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

We were surprise to see how little snow there was here in early May.

Coyote Air office during break up

Published about 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

This is the office for Coyote Air, in Coldfoot Alaska.  We arrived during breakup, on our way to McCall Glacier.

Coyote Air office in Coldfoot Alaska

Published about 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

This is the office of Coyote Air, a small air taxi in Coldfoot Alaska run by Dirk Nickisch and Danielle Tirrell.

Coyote Air's Beavers in Coldfoot

Published about 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

The blue and orange DeHavilland Beavers owned by Coyote Air in Coldfoot, Alaska, sit parked and ready for their next adventure.

Beaver on Shrader Lake

Published about 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

We shuttled loads off the glacier to here, where we recombined them into a single load back to Coldfoot.  Hopefully it all fits!

Ice cores awaiting transport from McCall Glacier

Published about 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

About 50 meters of ice core laid buried under under a white tarp in the snow, awaiting transport back to civilization.  It's not going to happen today, given the weather.

Ice Core from McCall Glacier

Published about 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

Here we have just extracted about 9 meters of snow, firn, and ice from from McCall Glacier.  The drill laying in the snow gives some sense of how deep the hole is.

Biosphere2 ocean

Published about 4 years ago by Toni Garbasso

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OCEAN A million gallon ocean consumes much of B2's energy resourches to maintain tropical temperatures. B2 website

Biosphere2 south lung

Published about 4 years ago by Toni Garbasso

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SOUTH LUNG Biosphere2 is a self contained and airtight structure. The south lung allows air inside to expand and contract on warn or cold days. B2 website

Biosphere2 main dome

Published about 4 years ago by Toni Garbasso

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MAIN DOME Just preparing the pavement for new researches. B2 website

Biosphere2 - top of the tower

Published about 4 years ago by Toni Garbasso

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On top of the tower. A wonderful scenic room, closed to public... B2 website

Biosphere2 livingroom

Published about 4 years ago by Toni Garbasso

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Living Room The human habitat is where the original biospherians slept, ate, and lived within Biosphere2. B2 website