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Innenhof FH 2 Gebäude, University of Applied Sciences (Hagenberg)

Published almost 4 years ago by Michael Fruehmann

The second (newer) building on campus of the University of Applied Sciences, Upper Austria - Hagenberg.. Endless walls, but interesting architecture!

Kittpeak

Published almost 4 years ago by Jürgen Schrader

The world’s largest collection of optical telescopes is located high above the Sonoran Desert under some of the finest n<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/kitt-peak-national-observatory-tucson-arizona">...(more)</a>

Discworld Consulate, Wincanton, England, UK

Published almost 4 years ago by Geoff Mather

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The only Discworld Consulate and Post Office on this world.Many thanks to Sir Terry Pratchett for his imagination and books, <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/discworld-consulate-wincanton-england-uk">...(more)</a>

Spring of Interra-2010

Published almost 4 years ago by Maxim Nasekin

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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 about 4 years ago by Marin Giurgiu

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

Published over 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 over 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 over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

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

wolf prints in snow on McCall Creek

Published over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

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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 over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

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

Coyote Air office during break up

Published over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

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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 over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

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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 over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

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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 over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

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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 over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

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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 over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

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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 over 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