Luscious orangey footage of the sun and harvest moon (10/5/17) and the supermoon (1/1/18) over London by photographer Luke Miller.
Not quite as appealing as your outside voice. To wit:
This real-time MRI film shows live the movements in the mouth and pharynx during speech: The spatio-temporal coordination of the lips, tongue, soft palate and larynx becomes visible, which is necessary to form vowels, consonants and coarticulations
A gallery of satellite images taken – not vertically – but at an angle, published by Planet Labs.
…the satellite imagery we’re most familiar with — taken straight down — flattens and obscures the visual cues we get from perspective, making the imagery appear like maps, not photos… from an angle, the view becomes altogether different: the mountains rise to their commanding height, valleys regain their depth, and background features recede into the distance. It’s like getting a view out the window of an airplane 450 kilometers high.
From top: Monte Fitz Roy in Patagonia; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Klyuchevskaya volcano in Russia and Bilbao in Spain.
A fairly internet-breaking 360 degree, 8K time-lapse of the Aurora Borealis over Fairbanks Alaska during the lunar eclipse at the end of January.
You’ll be wanting several viewings at full screen with music up and plenty of mouse dragging to peruse the atmospheric eye candy.