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  • Space for art

    ‘The Pink Flower’, a mixed media embellishment with oil paint, sea glass, glass beads and sand on satin digital c-print image on aluminum, inspired by photo of Lake Eyre in Australia taken by Nicole from the ISS.

    Authors: Nicole Stott    
  • Are the days of innovation in global space over - or just beginning?

    Space exploration has had an important and significant impact on contemporary cultural history

    Authors: Sarah Lieberman    
  • Fireflies and saucers

    Leon Rosenblum received an MS degree from the State Marine Technical University of St Petersburg in 1990. Since 1992 he has lived in Israel. Engaged in the study of the history of human spaceflight, the biographies of the participants of the spaceflights, and space insignias. He is the author of over 400 articles on the history and present day of space, published in Israel, Russia, Ukraine, the UK and other countries.

    Authors: Leon Rosenblum    
  • Multi-planet Civilizations in Popular Culture

    When it comes to a yet to be realised future of humanity as a multi-planet civilization, popular culture uses the scenario to address issues that humanity is dealing with today, as opposed to merely anticipating what we’re going to come up against tomorrow.

    Authors: Natalia Antonova    
  • Why We Need Space Artists

    If you’ve ever read the science fiction work of Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke, chances are the original book covers were painted by British space artist David A Hardy. He also worked with Sir Patrick Moore for over half a century, has created spaceships for Doctor Who and his art has featured in Pink Floyd gigs.

    Authors: David A Hardy