Bringing Up Buoy: "We use GPS to find a buried hydrophone in middle of the ocean, send a signal down 4000m to a buoy anchored to the seafloor, cut the buoy loose remotely & have it come up to the surface near the ship where we can find it."

This week's comes from Patrick Keefe on PEI! Want to see your photo featured? Join our Photo Club at

"All good things are wild and free." Henry David Thoreau How would you caption this photo? 馃摲 漏 Johan Vermeulen

A weekend spent at Harrison Bay State Park is a weekend well spent. 鈽锔 馃摳: Connie (IG: @go_burgdorff)

Wipe down: Our No. 1 priority is safety. Our No. 2 priority is safety. STL has a program in place to maintain a safe & healthy environment in response to COVID-19. We are doing regular cleaning and disinfecting of common touchpoints throughout the airport.

We've seen plenty of dramatic skies across Oklahoma lately, but this tableau captured by Darrin McNiel in Welch takes the cake (and is our ). Welch is way out in the northeast corner of the state in Craig County.

The conveyor system for the Long Baseline Neutrino Facility is being constructed over Highway 85 in Lead. Jamey Tollefson took this photo to mark the crews' progress and a brilliant sunrise on July 23.

: Disasters don鈥檛 stop for . flooding and landslides are impacting millions of people in South Asia. Red Cross and Red Crescent societies are distributing clean water, food and essential items, while working to prevent the spread of .

Fathia seems mesmerised by her own reflection in the camera. Looking good there, Fathia!

Thank you @instajack_b17 for this summery perspective across to Clifton.

Here at Utah State University's Blanding campus, medical students study human anatomy on a "digital cadaver", which was purchased via a Distance Learning & Telemedicine Grant provided by Rural Development. Learn more about the DLT program:

I Spy Something Fishy! In these underwater 'HabCam' images collected during TAS '17 Terry Maxwell's mission, top L is a field of sea stars; top & bottom R show scallops; & bottom L contains a hiding goosefish! Can you spot it?

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