By now you’ve probably seen something about Peregrine Church’s Seattle Rainworks on TV. I had, several times, and was intrigued. But I always missed the part where it’s explained how he creates his work. The secret, it seems, is a… Read More ›
Month: March 2015
The photo above reminds me of an undersea scene with sponges or coral or something. But it isn’t. It’s the surface of Mars, photographed from the orbiting Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft using its HiRISE (High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment) camera…. Read More ›
Where was this when I needed it!? Definitely worth a try if you can’t get that baby to sleep.
Sunday, following the example set by NASA, Elon Musk’s SpaceX released more than 100 photographs into the public domain. The photos were originally released under a Creative Commons license, but after receiving a tweet from a fan suggesting they… Read More ›