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April 18, 2017: Three hikers are arriving in Everest Base Camp after a trekking through the Nepalese Khumbu valley. The trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) is possibly the most dramatic and picturesque in the Nepalese Himalaya. Not only will you stand face to face with Mount Everest, Sagarmatha in Nepali language, at 8,848 m (29,029 ft), but you will be following in the footsteps of great mountaineers like Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. The trek is scenic and offers ever-changing Himalayan scenery through forests, hills and quaint villages. A great sense of anticipation builds as you trek up the Khumbu Valley, passing through intriguing Sherpa villages, Tibetan monasteries, all towered over by some of highest and most stunningly beautiful mountains of the world.April 18, 2017: Three hikers are arriving in Everest Base Camp after a trekking through the Nepalese Khumbu valley. The trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) is possibly the most dramatic and picturesque in the Nepalese Himalaya. Not only will you stand face to face with Mount Everest, Sagarmatha in Nepali language, at 8,848 m (29,029 ft), but you will be following in the footsteps of great mountaineers like Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. The trek is scenic and offers ever-changing Himalayan scenery through forests, hills and quaint villages. A great sense of anticipation builds as you trek up the Khumbu Valley, passing through intriguing Sherpa villages, Tibetan monasteries, all towered over by some of highest and most stunningly beautiful mountains of the world.
April 18, 2017: Yaks are entering Everest base camp (5364 meters , 17,598 ft) after carrying loads of climbers all the way from Lukla. The trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) is possibly the most dramatic and picturesque in the Nepalese Himalaya. Not only will you stand face to face with Mount Everest, Sagarmatha in Nepali language, at 8,848 m (29,029 ft), but you will be following in the footsteps of great mountaineers like Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. The trek is scenic and offers ever-changing Himalayan scenery through forests, hills and quaint villages. A great sense of anticipation builds as you trek up the Khumbu Valley, passing through intriguing Sherpa villages, Tibetan monasteries, all towered over by some of highest and most stunningly beautiful mountains of the world.April 18, 2017: Yaks are entering Everest base camp (5364 meters , 17,598 ft) after carrying loads of climbers all the way from Lukla. The trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) is possibly the most dramatic and picturesque in the Nepalese Himalaya. Not only will you stand face to face with Mount Everest, Sagarmatha in Nepali language, at 8,848 m (29,029 ft), but you will be following in the footsteps of great mountaineers like Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. The trek is scenic and offers ever-changing Himalayan scenery through forests, hills and quaint villages. A great sense of anticipation builds as you trek up the Khumbu Valley, passing through intriguing Sherpa villages, Tibetan monasteries, all towered over by some of highest and most stunningly beautiful mountains of the world.
April 24, 2014: The first Cybathlon will be held in Switzerland in October 2016. It is a competition for athletes equipped with bionic devices (robotized prosthetic legs and arms, motorized wheelchairs, exoskeletons, bikes using electrical muscle stimulation and brain-computer interface races). This competition helps raise public awareness on the evolution of work on robotic assistive technology and strengthens exchanges between research teams. Michel Fornasier will be one of the presenters of the Cybathlon. He has a bionic hand prosthesis and demonstrates one of the Cybathlon disciplines for the media. It took Michel more than a year to master the use of his bionic hand.April 24, 2014: The first Cybathlon will be held in Switzerland in October 2016. It is a competition for athletes equipped with bionic devices (robotized prosthetic legs and arms, motorized wheelchairs, exoskeletons, bikes using electrical muscle stimulation and brain-computer interface races). This competition helps raise public awareness on the evolution of work on robotic assistive technology and strengthens exchanges between research teams. Michel Fornasier will be one of the presenters of the Cybathlon. He has a bionic hand prosthesis and demonstrates one of the Cybathlon disciplines for the media. It took Michel more than a year to master the use of his bionic hand.
January 19, 2014: Villagers grade a flat foundation for a building on the hillside above Muang Va, Laos, a temporary relocation site for their homes. The town will be completely inundated by Nam Ou River Dam #6 and the government provided resettlement near Hat Sa will not be completed in time.January 19, 2014: Villagers grade a flat foundation for a building on the hillside above Muang Va, Laos, a temporary relocation site for their homes. The town will be completely inundated by Nam Ou River Dam #6 and the government provided resettlement near Hat Sa will not be completed in time.
January 20, 2014: Woman (and Robert Hahn) clear the hillside above Muang Va, Laos to make space for a temporary relocation site for their homes. The town will be completely inundated by Nam Ou River Dam #6 and the government provided resettlement near Hat Sa will not be completed in time.January 20, 2014: Woman (and Robert Hahn) clear the hillside above Muang Va, Laos to make space for a temporary relocation site for their homes. The town will be completely inundated by Nam Ou River Dam #6 and the government provided resettlement near Hat Sa will not be completed in time.
January 20, 2014: Men stand in wait with machetes as brush fires burn on the hillside above Muang Va, Laos where villagers are temporarily relocating their homes. The existing town will be completely inundated by Nam Ou River Dam #6 and the government provided resettlement near Hat Sa will not be completed in time.January 20, 2014: Men stand in wait with machetes as brush fires burn on the hillside above Muang Va, Laos where villagers are temporarily relocating their homes. The existing town will be completely inundated by Nam Ou River Dam #6 and the government provided resettlement near Hat Sa will not be completed in time.
A man laboring in a brick factory will carry up to 50 Kilos of bricks by balancing them on his headA man laboring in a brick factory will carry up to 50 Kilos of bricks by balancing them on his head
A man laboring in a brick factory will carry up to 50 Kilos of bricks by balancing them on his headA man laboring in a brick factory will carry up to 50 Kilos of bricks by balancing them on his head
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A Chakma girl collects banana flowers which will be used to make curryA Chakma girl collects banana flowers which will be used to make curry
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A man sculps a Buddha from clay which will then be bronzedA man sculps a Buddha from clay which will then be bronzed
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A Burmese woman wearing a traditional hat harvests young rice into bundles. The young rice will be re-planted spread further apart using more paddies to allow the rice to grow taller.A Burmese woman wearing a traditional hat harvests young rice into bundles. The young rice will be re-planted spread further apart using more paddies to allow the rice to grow taller.
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A Burmese woman wearing a traditional hat harvests young rice into bundles. The young rice will be re-planted spread further apart using more paddies to allow the rice to grow taller.A Burmese woman wearing a traditional hat harvests young rice into bundles. The young rice will be re-planted spread further apart using more paddies to allow the rice to grow taller.
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A Burmese woman wearing a traditional hat harvests young rice into bundles. The young rice will be re-planted spread further apart using more paddies to allow the rice to grow taller.A Burmese woman wearing a traditional hat harvests young rice into bundles. The young rice will be re-planted spread further apart using more paddies to allow the rice to grow taller.
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A Burmese woman wearing a traditional hat harvests young rice into bundles. The young rice will be re-planted spread further apart using more paddies to allow the rice to grow tallerA Burmese woman wearing a traditional hat harvests young rice into bundles. The young rice will be re-planted spread further apart using more paddies to allow the rice to grow taller
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A woman carries a roll of banana leaves which will be used to wrap foodA woman carries a roll of banana leaves which will be used to wrap food
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A chef makes a traditional Lao dish of fish and herbs which will then be wrapped into a banana leaf for steaming, in Luang PrabangA chef makes a traditional Lao dish of fish and herbs which will then be wrapped into a banana leaf for steaming, in Luang Prabang
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A lone pine tree on a hill called Wills Neck, 384m, highest point in the Quantock Hills, in Somerset, England, United Kingdom, EuropeA lone pine tree on a hill called Wills Neck, 384m, highest point in the Quantock Hills, in Somerset, England, United Kingdom, Europe
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October 7, 2011: Tibetans marry very young, most of the time the marriages are arranged by their families. The celebration begins several days before the wedding. In them they dress their most exquisite clothes to host a great number of friends and relatives that will visit her during those days. Remote Tibetan plateauOctober 7, 2011: Tibetans marry very young, most of the time the marriages are arranged by their families. The celebration begins several days before the wedding. In them they dress their most exquisite  clothes to host a great number of friends and relatives that will visit her during those days. Remote Tibetan plateau
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Collecting flowers which will be used to feed the animals in LadakhCollecting flowers which will be used to feed the animals in Ladakh
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Manipur, India - October 15, 2010: A woman harvests thin bamboo which she will use to make trellising in IndiaManipur, India - October 15, 2010: A woman harvests thin bamboo which she will use to make trellising in India
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Manipur, India - October 15, 2010: A woman harvests thin bamboo which she will use to make trellising in IndiaManipur, India - October 15, 2010: A woman harvests thin bamboo which she will use to make trellising in India
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Bamyan, Afghanistan - June 20, 2011: A farmer cuts purple flowers which will be used as fodderBamyan, Afghanistan - June 20, 2011: A farmer cuts purple flowers which will be used as fodder
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October 6, 2017: Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Kandal Market, Market of the Poor, here you will find everything, food, tools and spare parts as well as cosmetics and a haircutOctober 6, 2017: Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Kandal Market, Market of the Poor, here you will find everything, food, tools and spare parts as well as cosmetics and a haircut
March 28, 2020: Brooklyn, New York, USA - March 28, 2020: Bottles of hand sanitizer produced by Kings County Distillery. The Distillery that usually produces whiskey has converted it's operations to the production of hand sanitizer. Sanitizer requires almost double the amount of spirit in any bottle than is typical of their whiskeys, yet they are trying to offer sanitizer in a way that is accessible and affordable. First only available for pick up they will soon be able to offer it for shipping in New York.March 28, 2020: Brooklyn, New York, USA - March 28, 2020: Bottles of hand sanitizer produced by Kings County Distillery. The Distillery that usually produces whiskey has converted it's operations to the production of hand sanitizer. Sanitizer requires almost double the amount of spirit in any bottle than is typical of their whiskeys, yet they are trying to offer sanitizer in a way that is accessible and affordable. First only available for pick up they will soon be able to offer it for shipping in New York.
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BERMUDA, Hamilton Parish - September 13, 2015: Marcus' Restaurant kitchen staff with freshly caught fish. Bought from a local fisherman, it will be for the Marcus' Restaurant in the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club HotelBERMUDA, Hamilton Parish - September 13, 2015: Marcus' Restaurant kitchen staff with freshly caught fish. Bought from a local fisherman, it will be for the Marcus' Restaurant in the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club Hotel
USA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014: portrait of 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single seasonUSA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014:  portrait of 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single season
USA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014: 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single seasonUSA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014:  6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single season
USA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014: 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single seasonUSA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014:  6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single season
USA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014: 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single seasonUSA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014:  6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single season
USA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014: 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single seasonUSA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014:  6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single season
USA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014: 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single seasonUSA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014:  6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker hikes a section of the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single season
USA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014: portrait of 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker taking a break while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single seasonUSA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014:  portrait of 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker taking a break while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single season
USA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014: portrait of 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker taking a break while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single seasonUSA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014:  portrait of 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker taking a break while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single season
USA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014: portrait of 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker taking a break while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single seasonUSA, Oregon, Ashland, - October 30, 2014:  portrait of 6 year old Christian Rego aka Buddy Backpacker taking a break while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail near Ashland Oregon with his mom Andrea Rego and Dion, Christian will be the youngest hiker to complete the Pacific Crest Trail in a single season
April 16, 2010: FRENCH POLYNESIA, Moorea. A young boy with his catch which he will proceed to hang and sell at the side of the road.April 16, 2010: FRENCH POLYNESIA, Moorea. A young boy with his catch which he will proceed to hang and sell at the side of the road.
Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.
Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.Illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS was launched by NASA in April 2018, the successor to Kepler. It has a two-year mission, during which it will be hunting for extra solar planets transiting their stars. It is expected to find around 20000 planets. At the time of its launch, 3800 exoplanet were known.

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