[2850×1890] USS Los Alamos AFDB-7 floating dry dock forward deployed to Holy Loch, Scotland. She supported Polaris and Poseidon Fleet Ballistic Missile submarines. SLBMs at the time did not have the range to launch pier-side, necessitating forward deployment to fulfill the deterrence mission.

[2850×1890] USS Los Alamos AFDB-7 floating dry dock forward deployed to Holy Loch, Scotland. She supported Polaris and Poseidon Fleet Ballistic Missile submarines. SLBMs at the time did not have the range to launch pier-side, necessitating forward deployment to fulfill… Continue Reading

China’s Chang’e 4 probe became the first spacecraft to successfully execute a soft landing on the far side of the moon on Jan. 2. The mission consists of both a lander and a rover, named Yutu 2, seen here driving off from the landing site

China’s Chang’e 4 probe became the first spacecraft to successfully execute a soft landing on the far side of the moon on Jan. 2. The mission consists of both a lander and a rover, named Yutu 2, seen here driving… Continue Reading

SUNBEAM V at at Stonington Harbor, Maine, 2018 / Operated by Maine Seacoast Mission to serve the spiritual, health, and educational needs of small island communities. [3055×2187]

SUNBEAM V at at Stonington Harbor, Maine, 2018 / Operated by Maine Seacoast Mission to serve the spiritual, health, and educational needs of small island communities. [3055×2187]

A view of the Space Shuttle Atlantis departing the Mir Russian Space Station. This image was taken during the STS-71 mission by cosmonauts aboard their Soyuz TM transport vehicle.

A view of the Space Shuttle Atlantis departing the Mir Russian Space Station. This image was taken during the STS-71 mission by cosmonauts aboard their Soyuz TM transport vehicle.

Jan van Engelenburg – the vessel that once completed its rescue mission after being flipped over backwards and rolled over sideways by 15 metre waves in 1995 – still going strong after 27 years [1920×675]

Jan van Engelenburg – the vessel that once completed its rescue mission after being flipped over backwards and rolled over sideways by 15 metre waves in 1995 – still going strong after 27 years [1920×675]