Category: illustrations

atomic-flash:

atomic-flash:

Building The World Of Tomorrow: The Transportation Building-Rocket Port – 1939 New York World’s Fair postcard (image via Joe Haupt)

spacethatneverwas: Real spacecraft Mars InSigh…

spacethatneverwas:

Real spacecraft

Mars InSight lander entering martian atmosphere. Good luck with the landing!

UPDATE: Mars InSight lander has just touched down on Mars. Congrats to NASA and ESA teams for achieving this 🙂

Find out more about InSight mission – https://mars.nasa.gov/insight/

humanoidhistory:

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“Space Plane in Earth Orbit – 2,000 A.D.” by Robert McCall, 1986, picturing a busy spaceport with an aerospace plane on approach as another ship returns from the Moon.

itsfullofstars: HIGH RES SCANS OF NASA SPACE C…

itsfullofstars:

HIGH RES SCANS OF NASA SPACE COLONY ARTWORK

These are lifelong favorites of IFOS9000, inspiration for countless daydreams about future colonies in space, and delightfully illustrated in a classic 70s style.

In the 1970s, NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) conducted space colony summer studies on Toroidal Colonies and Bernal Spheres which could hold population of up to 10,000 humans living in space, and on Cylindrical Colonies which could hold a population of 1,000,000.

Source with more pix and details: https://bit.ly/2LAtvp7

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The art of Bruce Pennington.

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From the We Land on the Moon coloring book, 1969.

vintagraphblog: Powered by a nuclear engine, t…

vintagraphblog:

Powered by a nuclear engine, this rocket ship takes off from Earth’s moon. Artwork from an advertisement for American Bosch Arma Corporation, 1959. Illustrated by Frank Tinsley.

(Nuclear Rocketship | Space Art)

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Ed Valigursky cover art for Trouble on Titan by Alan E. Nourse, 1967.

70sscifiart: Robert McCall, 1975

70sscifiart:

Robert McCall, 1975

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Future cosmonauts explore an artificial Martian moon, built by aliens millions of years ago, illustrated by Andrei Sokolov, printed on a 1963 postcard from the Soviet Union.