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Traditional Telescopes

This print is massive, can fully cover the hight of a standard room.Hand crafted and screen printed using traditional Indian methods!Dimensions (approx) - 90" x 98"Made from 1...

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"Dogon Mask Dance" [Mali], by mobilevirgin, via Flickr. Love the use of all the shells; at least I assume those are shells.

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from Mail Online

Lockheed Martin wants to reinvent the telescope

The telescope reinvented: Lockheed Martin reveals ‘spider eye’ system with hundreds of tiny lenses | The work is part of a Darpa-funded project dubbed 'Spider' | Replaces traditional design which hasn't changed much for 400 years [Telescopes of the Future: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/telescope/]

As we head into the traditional western Holiday Season, we'd like to present 2010 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar.

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from Mail Online

Lockheed Martin wants to reinvent the telescope

The telescope reinvented: Lockheed Martin reveals ‘spider eye’ system with hundreds of tiny lenses | The work is part of a Darpa-funded project dubbed 'Spider' | Replaces traditional design which hasn't changed much for 400 years [Telescopes of the Future: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/telescope/]

from BuzzFeed

13 Mesmerizing Photos That Will Make You Re-Evaluate Your Place In The Universe

This object is actually a billowing tower of cold gas and dust rising from a stellar nursery called the Eagle Nebula. The soaring tower is 9.5 light-years or about 57 trillion miles high, about twice the distance from our sun to the next nearest star.

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"Space Shuttle Discovery - STS-82: The crew poses for a traditional inflight portrait following completion of five space walks to service the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). Both the sign held by the crew and the assortment of apparel pay tribute to the HST and its team of ground supporters. In front, left to right, are astronauts Joseph R. Tanner, Mark C. Lee and Gregory J. Harbaugh. Behind them, left to right, are astronauts Steven A. Hawley, Kenneth D. Bowersox and Scott J. Horowitz...."

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