A ghosty Mt. Hood viewed from the eastern exit of the Columbia River gorge some 60 km to the east. Photo by Richard Carlson, DTM.
This psychedelic image from NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft shows northern volcanic plains on the first digital elevation model of the planet. To create the global map, the spacecraft spent four years orbiting the innermost planet 4,104 times.
Johanna Teske observing at the Gemini North telescope in Hawaii. (Johanna Teske/DTM)
Stream beside the borehole strainmeter installation site in Skógar, Iceland, looking to the ocean just visible on the horizon. (Michael Acierno/DTM)
Brian Schleigh in the small underground vault for electronics at the borehole strainmeter installation site in Iceland. (Alan Linde/DTM)
Michael Acierno (DTM), two loggers from the Iceland Geosurvey, Matthew Roberts (IMO), Brian Schleigh (DTM), Bergur Bergsson (IMO) at the borehole strainmeter installation site in Iceland. (Alan Linde/DTM)