Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Rockport, Tex., on Friday, damaging or destroying hundreds of homes and buildings and killing at least one person. Witness some of the destruction with a resident who stayed through the storm.
A neighborhood in the north section of Houston, TX looks like a warzone after Hurricane Harvey flooded the area. Thousands of people had to dump personal possessions on the sidewalk due to severe flood damage. (For best results, such as the ability to spin or turn the camera to gain a 360 degree perspective, please view this clip in Google Chrome.)
The notorious ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais, France, is being dismantled at the order of French President Francois Hollande. The makeshift camp has been a shelter for thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East, who are now to be transported to other French refugee centers.
While the “Blizzard” may not have lived up to some expectations you can experience what it was like to drive through this storm down Seventh Ave. and through Times Square in the 360 Video.
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Tuesday, December 19 marks 1,000 days since the beginning of the war in Yemen, a country which is now suffering from the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, with a near-famine and the largest cholera outbreak in modern history. The conduct of war by all parties to the conflict repeatedly violates international law by targeting civilians and civilian infrastructure. The IRC is calling for the renewal of an actionable peace process and to ensure adequate and safe access for primary humanitarian interventions.
Also, go lance-to-lance in a modern jousting match and see an extreme wheelchair athlete drop into a skate park: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQgbqky0lK5GchDAgout0cYf3vlacMfwN
Sea turtles around the world are endangered Meet a team in Bermuda desperately working to save them and return them to the sea.
If the apocalypse takes place and humans run out of food, what's our backup plan?
A slice of concrete pokes out from a frozen landscape near the North Pole marking the spot where an extensive library of seeds from around the globe hold the genetic keys to human survival.
Celebrate National Library Week by going behind the scenes in the Museum’s Rare Book Collection, which contains unique and beautiful natural history illustrations from the past 400 years. Conservation Librarian Barbara Rhodes leads a journey through the history of printmaking, and discusses how the evolution of various techniques—from simple woodblock to more complex processes such as lithography—allowed naturalists to create more intricate and vivid imagery.
Carrots are a familiar sight, but would you recognise a wild one?
Discover the clever tactic these common plants use to entice pollinators.
Echidnas are unusual among mammals, laying eggs and producing milk for their young.
But they might be more quirky than you think, with one particular feature confusing scientists in Europe when they saw one for the first time.
Hyenas don't have a great reputation, but have they just been misrepresented?
Museum scientist Dr Natalie Cooper explains some of the reasons why these amazing animals deserve a little more love.
Located in the easternmost reaches of Indonesia, the Bird’s Head peninsula is the global epicenter of marine biodiversity. Today home to vibrant, sprawling corals and a magnificent array of fish, just twelve years ago its ecosystem was being decimated by overfishing and other destructive practices. A decade-long conservation initiative has helped the local people protect these waters for the benefit of all humanity.
Virtually explore a Mars simulation facility used by engineers to practice operating NASA's InSight lander, slated to launch in May 2018. Hear from engineer Marleen Martinez Sundgaard as you explore the In-Situ Instrument Lab at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and see how the spacecraft will deploy its seismometer. Not all browsers support viewing 360 videos. YouTube supports their playback on computers using Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera browsers. Use the YouTube app to view it on a smart phone. For more about the mission, visit http://mars.nasa.gov/insight
Virtually explore a Mars simulation facility used by engineers to practice operating NASA's InSight lander, slated to launch in May 2018. Hear from engineer Marleen Martinez Sundgaard as you explore the In-Situ Instrument Lab at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and see how the spacecraft will deploy its seismometer.
NASA's InSight lander looks a bit like an oversized crane game: when it lands on Mars this November, its robotic arm will be used to grasp and move objects on another planet for the first time.
Virtually explore a Mars simulation facility used by engineers to practice operating NASA's InSight lander, slated to launch in May 2018. Hear from engineer Marleen Martinez Sundgaard as you explore the In-Situ Instrument Lab at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and see how the spacecraft will deploy its seismometer. Not all browsers support viewing 360 videos. YouTube supports their playback on computers using Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera browsers. Use the YouTube app to view it on a smart phone.
This was last night and it was crazy! How do you do when a storm comes when you go to sleep?
Waiting for a clear night sky to denoting the photographic technique of taking a sequence of frames at set intervals to record changes that take place slowly over time.
Growing up with Ellie.
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For the 5,000 sailors aboard the USS Eisenhower, long days and nights are the norm. Everything from flight operations to trash disposal must run smoothly on this floating city. See how it works in 360 degrees.
Explore Time Square, Central Park, Wall Street, World Trade Center, 911 Memorial, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge. All shot in 4k with the Nikon Keymission 360 ***It's important to watch this video in the highest quality 1080HD**** You probably need to get on wifi to get highest quality
Sorry there is no statue of liberty. I rode my bike to get the movement shots.
"Doc" is a vintage B-29 Superfortress, one of only two that can fly in the U.S. The airplane spent four decades as a crumbling, derelict bombing target in the Mojave desert, one lucky hit away from joining almost all the other B-29 Superfortresses on the scrap heap. It’s taken a heroic effort from volunteers and an ocean of money from individual and corporate donors -- including the Boeing Company, the plane’s original builders -- to pull off “Doc’s” unlikely rebirth. The plane flew as part of the Joint Base Andrews Air Show on Sept. 16 and 17, 2017. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy
Go inside a high security lab where research is conducted on dangerous pathogens like Ebola.