This is something else. An incredible new 360 video from Elon Musk’s SpaceX puts you right on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean as the company’s Falcon 9 rocket came in for its successful landing on April 8.  The new video shows everything from the rocking of the ship as the rocket comes down to the deployment of its landing legs just before touchdown.  SEE ALSO: Fifth time’s the charm: SpaceX finally lands on its drone ship in the ocean And the roar of the rocket is…

This is something else. An incredible new 360 video from Elon Musk’s SpaceX puts you right on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean as the company’s Falcon 9 rocket came in for its successful landing on April 8.  The new video shows everything from the rocking of the ship as the rocket comes down to the deployment of its landing legs just before touchdown.  SEE ALSO: Fifth time’s the charm: SpaceX finally lands on its drone ship in the ocean And the roar of the rocket is…

Breathtaking. This drone footage of Angel Falls in Venezuela is exactly that. Angel Falls is the world’s highest uninterrupted waterfall at 3,212 feet tall and it is totally stunning to see the water makes its way down the side of the mountain and disappear into the mystery below.Read more. View original article at Gizmodo

If you somehow missed SpaceX’s amazing Falcon 9 rocket landing live earlier this month, or missed it in 4k , or missed it again when we detailed the drone ship Falcon 9 autonomously landed on—here’s another chance to witness the terrifying, amazing sights and sounds in 360 video.Read more… View original article at Gizmodo

Before you take to the skies with your new drone, you need to make sure it has been properly registered with the U.S. government. Check our guide for registration requirements and easy, step-by-step instructions on how to complete your drone registration with the Federal Aviation Administration. The post How to register your drone with the FAA appeared first on Digital Trends View original article at Digital Trends

Starbucks seems to be leading the way in getting a fresh cup of coffee into your hands as quickly as possible by allowing you to order ahead. The drink should then be waiting […] View original article at Geek

You know that feeling you get when you stand at the edge of a precipice? It’s the urge to jump, and to let yourself go, even when you know the fall would mean certain death.Well, that’s the feeling you’ll get when you watching this breathtaking drone footage of the world’s highest, uninterrupted waterfall. Venezuela’s Angel Falls (or “El Salto Angel”) cascades down the side of the Auyantepui mountain from a height of 3,211 feet. That’s 19 times the height of Niagara Falls. Coming in second place for the…

The first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket begins its reentry burn at an altitude of 70km. (credit: NASA) In September, 2014, a Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Florida carrying a Dragon spacecraft bound for the International Space Station. The capsule carried some notable cargo, including the first 3D printer to be tested in space as well as 20 mousetronauts to study muscle loss. Yet the most far-reaching part of that mission came after the Falcon 9 deployed its upper stage and began falling back to Earth….

The footage of the pods of gray whales and bottlenose dolphins was taken by photographer Sandy Rich this month at the Windansea Beach in San Diego. View original article at Daily Mail Online

To quote our tipster: “Furze is my hero … You just need to know how to weld and have zero consideration for your personal well-being.” We’re not exactly sure that he has no consideration, but [Colin Furze] definitely pulls off some dangerous hacks. This time? Two-engine hoverbike. We don’t have to tell you to watch the video, do we? Once you’ve been stunned by the sheer chutzpah of this build, feel free to browse through his “making of” videos as well. You’ll learn that the hoverbike has “barely”…