Science & Fun

Brainterstellar will provide challenges identifying cloud types. The results of these challenges will give useful information to meteorologists. Furthermore we also want to have fun with them, appreciating the beauty and infinite variety of shapes that clouds have.

Did you find an elephant shape cloud? Share it with the rest of the World!

Exploring the world from space is exciting, and sometimes it can be also very funny. Here we will post funny pictures discovered by the Brainterstellar Community.  We will give random prizes to the participants.

You can send us your funny picture of the Earth from space to this email address: fun@brainterstellar.com. We will edit your picture to make it even cooler and then upload it here with your name on it as the discoverer. See the following example:

cat_challenge

Can you see the cat? Play the Brainterstellar collective GAME and find funny clouds like this one found on our site.

Cowboy-cloud losing his hat.

Cowboy-cloud losing his hat. Discovered by Brainio during the Pi day challenge.

Princess of clouds during Saint George's Day Apr 23, 2015. The Catalan equivalent to Valentine's Day.

Princess of clouds during Saint George’s Day, Apr 23, 2015 (the Catalan equivalent to Valentine’s Day).

Strange shapes spotted by Brainterstellar from space. Earth Day Challenge.

Strange shapes spotted by Brainterstellar from space. Earth Day Challenge.

The strange shapes were actually big fires in Mongolia. Up to our knowledge Brainterstellar has been the first to identify this bird shape ashes. :)

The strange shapes were actually big fires in Mongolia. Up to our knowledge Brainterstellar has been the first to identify this bird shape ashes. 🙂

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