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Posts tagged Art

Aug 19
hoveringdosa:

//I had that dream again/ 
-hoveringdosa

hoveringdosa:

//I had that dream again/ 

-hoveringdosa

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Aug 18
kelpls:

retired astronaut 

kelpls:

retired astronaut 

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Aug 15

lovableslut:

Scott Listfield at San Francisco’s Gauntlet Gallery

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Aug 12
70sscifiart:

Alex Schomburg

70sscifiart:

Alex Schomburg


Aug 6
martinlkennedy:

Unknown artist. From the book Frontiers of Technology (1979)

martinlkennedy:

Unknown artist. From the book Frontiers of Technology (1979)

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Aug 5
notpulpcovers:

Astounding Science Fiction / Illustration 4 http://flic.kr/p/nN2Tkh

notpulpcovers:

Astounding Science Fiction / Illustration 4 http://flic.kr/p/nN2Tkh

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Aug 2
sciencefictiongallery:

Earle Bergey - Passport to Jupiter

sciencefictiongallery:

Earle Bergey - Passport to Jupiter

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Jul 29

clayrodery:

I have 6 animated illustrations visualizing A Desirable-Future Haiku: The coming hundred years, in one hundred words by Kevin Kelly, live today at Medium.  

Super-thanks goes out to my great AD Indhira Rojas for choosing me to illustrate something I probably care about more than anything else :)


Jul 28
compoundchem:

Chemistry meets astronomy in today’s post, with a graphical guide to the atmospheres of our Solar System.Read more about them here (there’s also a link to download the graphic, or to purchase it as a large poster): http://wp.me/p4aPLT-nV

compoundchem:

Chemistry meets astronomy in today’s post, with a graphical guide to the atmospheres of our Solar System.

Read more about them here (there’s also a link to download the graphic, or to purchase it as a large poster): http://wp.me/p4aPLT-nV

(via scienceing)


Jul 25
chroniclesofamber:

70sscifiart:

Here’s a bigger copy of that NASA piece, which was done by Roy Scarfo.

And here is the exterior view…

…from Roy Scarfo’s Beyond Tomorrow - Civilizations in Space.  The idea of an asteroid modified as a space ark is still seriously considered as one possible method for crossing interstellar space, and is probably best-known from the Star Trek episode “For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky”:
In fact, researchers and scientists are working on space arks and starships right now.

chroniclesofamber:

70sscifiart:

Here’s a bigger copy of that NASA piece, which was done by Roy Scarfo.

And here is the exterior view…

image

…from Roy Scarfos Beyond Tomorrow - Civilizations in Space.  The idea of an asteroid modified as a space ark is still seriously considered as one possible method for crossing interstellar space, and is probably best-known from the Star Trek episode “For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky”:

In fact, researchers and scientists are working on space arks and starships right now.

(via 70sscifiart)


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