Visions of the Cosmos: The Enduring Space Art of David A. Hardy

by Nancy Atkinson May 30, 2012

For over 50 years, award-winning space and astronomy artist David A. Hardy has taken us to places we could only dream of visiting. His career started before the first planetary probes blasted off from Earth to travel to destinations in our solar system and before space telescopes viewed distant places in our Universe. It is […]

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Warhol Crater Gets Its 15 Minutes of Fame

by Jason Major May 14, 2012

As pop art icon Andy Warhol said, “In the future everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes,” ¬†and so here’s an image of the crater on Mercury that now bears his name, set up in the style of one of his multicolored silkscreens. Warhol is one of 23 craters on Mercury to be recently approved […]

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