NASA Art Work

1962, a NASA administrator named James Webb decided to give artists broad access to the agency's facilities and programs. In the ensuing five decades, a vast body of work was created by those artists. Many of their compositions have been compiled into a new book called NASA/Art: 50 Years of Exploration by James Dean and Bertram Ulrich. Discover magazine has provided ten visually stunning examples from this book. Copyright restrictions prevent me from placing any here, but you can few them all at the link.

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Be still my heart! Two of my favorite things combined, and further proof that art and state can exist together.

"Head For the Stars" is simply Win.
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