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This is inspired by my animation movie My Dad the Supernova, a very touching story about an astronomer suffering Alzheimer's disease. He is interviewed by his daughter who is a radio producer. https://allthingsmoving.com/MyDadtheSupernova
Out of the World! Introducing Budh, Mangal, Shukra, and Guru-- in other words, the Indian names for Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Jupiter. Indian astrologers will read your birth chart and tell you if a particular planet is weak. Then they will recommend that you wear the planet's color/gem, or feed its favorite animal, or make charitable gifts in its name.
I tried to represent the planets' personalities as well: Budh is curious and childlike; Mangal has a chip on his shoulder; Shukra is flirtatious; and Guru wants to tell you a joke and be your friend.
This is my submission for the "Out of this World" challenge. Things have changed so much lately it is as if we are living in a different version of planet Earth. It is as if we have traveled to a new universe without even leaving our homes.
My husband is an astronomy professor, so when I saw the Out of This World challenge, I just KNEW I had to submit. I asked him for a list of his favorite things in the universe, and had him write out some notes. A few of these fascinating phenomena, like the Pleiades, are visible with the naked eye; others, like the Eagle Nebula, have been photographed beautifully by the Hubble Space Telescope. Some are named for the constellations in which they appear, while others get their names from the objects they resemble. The universe may be mostly made of empty space, but everywhere you look, there's beauty.
This illustration is inspired by my little 10 years old who just loves cat and keep sharing all fun n strange facts about animals and cats in space.
He was really sad when he came to know few animals did not come back from space but a French cat Felicette was the first cat to ever travel to space
This map features the landing sites from NASA's 1969 - 1972 Apollo Programme. Featuring all the famous astronauts in a fun and educational way. Touch down with Neil Armstrong to the Sea of Tranquility or with Al Bean to the Ocean of Storms and find out whatever did happen to that ill-fated Apollo 13 mission.