The kids take their first steps on the Martian surface.
Trying to get back on top of things after the holidays or I’d have posted this sooner. It’s ridiculously cool.
background: illustration by Luis Peres (https://icreateworlds.net/) for Scratching the Surface (https://generationmars.space/about/scratching-the-surface/)
We need a backup.
background: NASA/JPL-Caltech animation showing known asteroids from 1999 to the present.
A collection of creepy sounds from throughout our solar system.
I got together with a friend and a green screen recently to shoot for a promo video. I can be chatty, so we ended up with more footage than I need, much of it quite good. I’ll throw some clips against the wall here over the next couple weeks and see what sticks.
background: Illustration for Scratching the Surface by Luis Peres.
A short but fascinating article on way the entertainment and science communities often compliment each other.
This looks like a nice book about Curiosity for kids. I like that, in the interview, the author/illustrator notes that he has no technical qualifications for writing this book, just an abundance of inspiration and a willingness to do the research. That’s the key, really.