Mathematical Snow Art And Other Amazing Photos From This Week By Colin Lecher January 05, 2013 Science SHARE Car, Park At this “car park” in Taiwan, an installation makes the cars look like they’re submerged under grass. Abandoned Amusement Park Dark Roasted Blend posted a collection of photos from an abandoned Soviet amusement park. They’re eerie, obviously, but also fascinating. Rigid Aircraft Meet Aeroscraft. It’s … a kind of aircraft that’s not a blimp or an airplane. Either way, it looks awesome. Zipper Furniture Korean design studio The Zoom created a series of these odd (suggestive?) pieces of zippered furniture. Cornelia Crater NASA’s Dawn mission beams back images of the giant asteroid Vesta, like this composite-color view of the Cornelia Crater. Photos like this help scientists examine mysterious, black material covering the surface. Firefighters During a fire in China, a photographer caught this perfectly framed shot of the wreckage. You can check out more photojournalism from this week over at American Photo. Helpful Planets This is a first-ever event: astronomers caught a glimpse of planets helping their star grow. When the ALMA telescope looked, this is the image it saw. Read more about the discovery here. Ruined Cars If you can’t tell, those are all cars. When Sandy blew through the East Coast, it totaled a lot of rides in the process. A lot of those were moved to Long Island’s little-used Calverton Executive Airpark. See a fly-over video here. Cities By Starlight What would cities look like without all that light pollution? Photographer Thierry Cohen tried to find out by photographing metropolises by day, then digitally darkening them and adding in vibrant night skies. Imaginary Cities And speaking of different ways to look at cities, photographer Dan Tobin Smith and designer Rachel Thomas set up polystyrene cities like this above eight-square-meter “lakes” of milk. They’re all unreal. Omega Centauri For New Year’s, NASA and Penn State released a ton of new space images, like this one showing the stars of Omega Centauri. It might not take you a year to see them all, but it’s something to tie you over until next week. galleries images images of the week Photography photojournalism MORE TO READ RELATED Sharks have a sixth sense for navigating the seas A new study suggests bonnethead sharks may rely on the Earth's magnetic field to move about the ocean. READ NOW RELATED Offshore wind has huge potential. Here’s how it could change the US. Though offshore turbines aren't without their challenges. RELATED Your dog gets allergies for the same reasons you do Pollen season can be ruff for everyone.