Episode 2: Are we alone?

WRITTEN BY: AURORA SIMIONESCU In November 1967, Jocelyn Bell Burnell and Antony Hewish discovered a rather peculiar source on the sky, which was sending a radio signal once every 1.33 seconds, with remarkable regularity. For a while, the source was affectionately nicknamed LGM-1, short for “little green men” – until … Continue reading

Episode 1: The Universe Recycles

WRITTEN BY: AURORA SIMIONESCU There’s something fundamental about being out at night on a lonely mountain meadow, listening to the flowing water of a nearby stream, the wood fire having long died out, leaving the stars as the only source of light to pierce through the darkness. Something ancestral – … Continue reading

The world in pink

Flamingo reflections on a rainy day in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

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Some of the best shades of pink, from vibrant to subtle, from 5 continents around the globe. Plants, sunsets, flamingos, corals, cars, and even temples and turbans!