It seems rugged and even romantic to the armchair adventurer: A man – or woman these days – charging across the remote Alaskan winter wilderness with a team of loyal dogs tirelessly pulling a sled.
Today marks the end of the submission period, but due to the holiday weekend, we will accept images through Tuesday, September 3. So if you haven't gotten around to it, and you intended to, send it in!
Fourth of July is a time for baseball and apple pie, which our friends and colleagues at the Thule Air Force Base know well. The 12th Space Warning Squadron (12SWS) faced off with the Peterson Air Force Base-821st over the long holiday.
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Ed Stockard writes that, per Les Crowley of Atmospheric Optics, the above image contains "at least 11 different optical phenomena." First person to name four wins an iTunes card!
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Publish your image in our calendar—and win a prize! Send your favorite arctic photo to us at email@example.com. If we select your image for the Polar Field Services Arctic Visions 2013 calendar, you’ll earn a gift card worth up to $100.