Faroe Islands News
Solar Eclipse 2015: What It Looked Like From Space
If you thought the total solar eclipse this morning was breathtaking, check out what it looks like from space. Astronauts Samantha Cristoforetti and Terry Virts shared stunning photos from the International Space Station showing what it looked like as the moon covered the sun this morning.
Watch the Solar Eclipse at Super Speed
Sky gazers gathered in the town of Torshavn in the Faroe Islands to watch the total eclipse.
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Solar Eclipse Kicks Off a Day of Celestial Events A total solar eclipse was visible in the Faroe Islands today, a dazzling display that kicked off a day of celestial events. People in the Faroe Islands , which are located
Solar Eclipse Kicks Off a Day of Celestial Events
A total solar eclipse was visible in the Faroe Islands today, a dazzling display that kicked off a day of celestial events. People in the Faroe Islands, which are located in the North Atlantic, halfway between Iceland and Norway, had front-row seats to the eclipse, which occurred early Friday as
Solar Eclipse 2015: The Best Way to Watch the Spectacle in the Sky
A total solar eclipse is set to create the ultimate spectacle in the sky on Friday morning -- but the lucky few who have a front row seat will need to take measures to protect their eyes. This solar eclipse will be northerly with those in the Faroe Islands , located halfway between Iceland and
5 Health Scares You Can Ignore
These days, turning on the nightly news is enough to make your heart race—or self-diagnose yourself with the latest health plague. The media's not intentionally trying to scare you, but a little shock value really livens up a regular broadcast. The problem is that viewers are much more likely to
Chemicals Found in Manufacturing Affect Some Childhood Vaccines
New research finds that chemicals commonly found in non-stick cookware, microwave popcorn bags and other manufactured goods may make childhood vaccines less effective, perhaps making it easier for certain diseases to spread through the population. A study published today in the Journal of the
Singers From Around the World Compete for Record Deal and 1 Million Dumplings
If you went to the kick-off of the eighth annual Karaoke World Championships expecting some of the off-key, cringe-worthy barroom belting of 1980s ballads karaoke is known for, you would have come away sorely disappointed. Instead, the first night of the competition in Moscow on Thursday featured
Off the Beaten Path: Europe's Unknown Island Destinations
You've heard of Sicily and Capri, Santorini and Ibiza. The only problem is, so has everybody else. If you're looking for that perfect getaway far from throngs of other tourists, there are thousands of European islands hiding in plain view, just waiting to be explored. From the pristine white
Who's the Best Bartender in the World?
It's not a profession renowned for its gravitas but a select group of bartenders in Berlin this week were taking drinking very seriously indeed. "I practice between three to five hours a day," Russian bartender Alexander Rodoman said. "I can't count how many bottles I break. But it all goes into my