NASA's Parker Solar Probe has been launched to travel closer to the Sun, deeper into the solar atmosphere, than any mission before it. Cutting-edge technology and engineering will help it beat the heat. The spacecraft will travel through material with temperatures greater than a million degrees Fahrenheit.
After reading this article, you will start to make smart decisions regarding booking of flights and hotels, and savings on sightseeing and food. You will learn to fit your trip in your travel budget. While travelling in a foreign country, the last thing you need to be worrying about is running out of money.
Interrupting my studies to take on a gap year was one of the most difficult decisions I have made. However dramatic it sounds, I was petrified of abandoning the one thing I had known – studying – for 12 months of uncertainty. I had a blurry vision of what I would do before returning to university.
Highly skilled workers will soon be able to apply for permanent residency in Japan after as little as one year. Historically, foreigners could become permanent residents after living in Japan for a decade. Here's how to find out if you're eligible.
The Retreat, a new five-star hotel opened at the Blue Lagoon in Iceland. The Blue Lagoon, if you haven’t heard of it, is one of Iceland’s most popular tourist attractions known for its 800-year-old volcanic landscape that surrounds the Blue Lagoon’s milky blue geothermal waters.
Just below the water’s surface on a small Japanese island in the Pacific Ocean may sit the future of the world’s energy needs. Scientists have discovered powerful rare-earth elements that can be used to power basically everything.
A look at sites around the world that are at risk from becoming too popular for their own good. In recent weeks, authorities in Thailand and the Philippines have called time on tourism in two of their most popular tourist destinations.
Air Miles are awesome, they can be used to score free flights, hotel stays. If you’re really lucky, you will pay nothing while other travelers pay full price when they travel. The king of all virtually free travelers is one David Phillips, a civil engineer who teaches at the University of California, Davis.
German lifeboat builder Hatecke has developed the largest capacity ship’s lifeboat in the World within an overall length of just 14 meters. Hatecke claims that their ultra-large lifeboats suitable under realistic conditions for cruise ships offers the best ratio of 'person per meter boat length'.