Before you obliterate, always be sure to read …

Before you obliterate, always be sure to read your obliterator manual. Practice safe atomic obliterating. Don’t be a jackass. Read the damn manual.

spacethatneverwas: Space projectAstronauts in…

spacethatneverwas:

Space project

Astronauts inspecting water extractors on the surface of Deimos.

It’s an alternative version of the “Death on Mars” illustration, that I did for NASA and ASU’s book. While the book was being put together, there were some changes made to the story, and I reworked the image to better fit the new narrative.

A little reminder that you can download the book for free in various e-book formats (or even get a print-on-demand copy) Thanks!

cypulchre: Miguel Iglesias

cypulchre:

Miguel Iglesias

Klingon Happy Meal (1979).

Klingon Happy Meal (1979).

Kids under 12 get a free bat’leth while supplies last!

sketchesofsam: Got to find my rhythm with the…

sketchesofsam:

Got to find my rhythm with these again! October got busy! Monster girl 17, Robot

sketchesofsam: Monster girl 18: Alien

sketchesofsam:

Monster girl 18: Alien

itsfullofstars: A GIANT CAVE COULD BE OUR HOME…

itsfullofstars:

A GIANT CAVE COULD BE OUR HOME ON THE MOON

It’s a little ironic when you think about it. We started living in caves. Perhaps our future is to live in caves.

Japanese scientists say they may have found an ideal location for a future lunar base, something that might particularly interest the US, which has recently refocused on the Moon.

“Since the insides of lava tubes are shielded from meteorite bombardment, cosmic radiation, or particle implantation, they are expected to be in pristine condition, an environment with preserved lava composition, textures and even volatiles.”

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Japan says lunar chasm measuring 50km (31 miles) long and 100 metres wide could be used as a base for astronauts and their equipment.

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The chasm, 50km (31 miles) long and 100 metres wide, appears to be structurally sound and its rocks may contain ice or water deposits that could be turned into fuel, according to data sent back by the orbiter, nicknamed Kaguya after the moon princess in a Japanese fairytale.

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A Seraph Ship of Light from the original “Batt…

A Seraph Ship of Light from the original “Battlestar Galactica”.

The iconic cover of the June 1985 issue of “Th…

The iconic cover of the June 1985 issue of “The Transformers”. Artwork by Mark Bright.

Old School Sci Fi Trivia: Before “Captain EO” …

Old School Sci Fi Trivia: Before “Captain EO” made him a household name, George Lucas had helmed another and now largely forgotten science fiction movie franchise.