Sunday Stills: Meet the last horsemen of these paradise islands, a theme-park Jesus, and more

Sunday Stills: Meet the last horsemen of these paradise islands, a theme-park Jesus, and more




Plus: Behind the scenes of NASA's farthest-ever flyby mission
She gave her body to science. Her corpse became immortal.
National Geographic
Issue 132
S U N D A Y  S T I L L S
January 6, 2019
PHOTOGRAPH BY JULIEN GIRARDOT
      TRAVEL     
Meet the last horsemen of these paradise islands
For centuries, the Marquesans have preserved their home's rich natural heritage and distinctive cultural traditions.
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PHOTOGRAPH BY PAOLO VERZONE
      Culture     
Follow a day in the life of a theme-park Jesus
At a biblical park in Orlando, Michael Job has taken on the role of a lifetime: Jesus. But is he just acting?
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PHOTOGRAPH BY MICHAEL SOLURI
      Science     
Go behind the scenes of NASA's farthest-ever flyby mission
On New Year's Eve, a spacecraft made history four billion miles from home—and one lucky photographer followed its 13-year journey.
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Photograph by Tomás Ayuso
      Culture     
'There is hope on the border': In Tijuana, resilience endures among migrants
Honduran photographer Tomás Ayuso traveled with the migrant caravan, witnessing love and community even in the bleakest conditions.
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Photograph by Lynn Johnson
      Magazine     
She gave her body to science. Her corpse became immortal.
Susan Potter's remains were frozen, sliced, and photographed. The result: a virtual cadaver that speaks to medical students from the grave.
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