One of the most surprising facts about the Earth is how we easily forget that what an amazing and interesting planet we live on. As Carl Sagan pointed out, “It’s home, it’s us”. It is the only world known planet to support an atmosphere with free oxygen, liquid water on the surface, and, perhaps this is the most important amazing, life. Here are 50 interesting facts about Earth.Continue reading 50 Interesting Facts About Earth
For some people, travelling is beyond a hobby; it’s a way to escape life. But the most crucial decision is where to travel and how to optimize your trip within a budget. Well, we all think that Travelling Abroad is expensive! Planning a trip abroad with family might be heavy on your pockets.
It’s the time to break the myth… Actually, there is a plethora of international destinations that will not only be easy on your pocket but will also provide you with the most cherishable experiences in life. One can easily travel to a foreign country in the same budget as would be needed for a domestic trip. All it requires is planning and a lot of research.
We know that just the sound of the word ‘research’ feels lethargic. Therefore, we have covered this difficult part for you already. Now, you are left with the work of choosing one for yourself. Well, that has to be done by you. Here, check out the top 7 cheapest destinations below.Continue reading 7 Cheapest Destinations to Visit Abroad
Extreme sports media company based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Teton Gravity Research released the first ultra HD drone footage of the Himalayas. The footage shot with the GSS C520 system, one of the most advanced 5-axis gyro-stabilized camera system in the world. Filmed from a helicopter with a crew flying from Kathmandu at 4,600 feet (1,400 meters) up to 24,000 feet (7,300 meters) on supplemental oxygen, these are some of the most stable, crisp, clear aerial shots of these mountains ever released, which include Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse.
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Last week, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft began sending stunning shots of Pluto on its flyover back to the Earth. Here is a beautiful Pluto flyover video created from the images from New Horizons’ closest approach to the dwarf planet on July 14.