Science webcams - Scientist's facilities web cameras - Most visited

Science is every day becoming more and more important and it has shown impressive results. Science is part of the development of the humanity, and you will be able to watch how scientists work. Science webcams show different scientist’s facilities where the technology is being developed. Take a look at the webcams below.

Hekla Volcano

View of the Hekla volcano, Burfell, Iceland. Burfell is about 700 meters high mountain. Hekla is approximately 1500 meters high. You can see the eruption of Hekla in the near future.

Case Place for Molecular Cyber-Crystallography

View the facility of cyber-enabled single crystal X-ray diffraction. The facility is located in Case Western Reserve University, Millis Science Center.

Moore Tech

View Science and Technology Center Site from Moore in East Stroudsburg city.

SOHO EIT 304 Sun Webcam

Solar activity webcam still image

Mount Wilson Observatory

Webcam located at the Mount Wilson Observatory, California, USA.

International Space Station

Live Space Station Video includes Earth views from external webcams on the International Space Station during crew off-duty periods, selected in-cabin views of crew activities during the crew on-duty periods.


SOHO Solar Activity Webcam LASCO C3

McDonald Observatory - Telescope Domes

Telescope Domes viewed from Mt. Fowlkes, McDonald Observatory, University of Texas, Austin, Texas

The Kjell Henriksen Observatory (KHO)

View from KHO at Breinosa towards the EISCAT Svalbard Radar and Adventdalen

SOHO EIT 284 Sun Webcam

SOHO Solar Activity Webcam 284

Hatfield Marine Science Center

The Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport provides research, teaching, and residential facilities for faculty and students just an hour's drive from Corvallis.

Brewster Astronomy Observatory

Webcam located at Washington, USA. It displays the Astronomical Observatory of Brewster. Image refreshes each 10 minutes approximately.

The MONET North site at the McDonald Observatory

View of the Monitoring Network of Telescopes (MONET) site at the McDonald Observatory in the University of Texas. McDonald Observatory is located in the Davis Mountains, 450 miles west of Austin, Texas.

University of Houston - Fleming NMR Lab

View the Fleming NMR Lab at the Department of Chemistry, University of Houston, Texas

Calar Alto Astronomical Observatory

The webcam points to the north and from this view you can see the 2.2m telescope (right), the 1.23m telescope (middle-left) and the Schmidt telescope (far away on the left). Sierra de Los Filabres (Andalucía, Southern Spain) north of Almeria.