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It's just so mind blowing that we're able to craft this and force it in and out of our world, when you really think about it.

It's just so mind blowing that we're able to craft this and force it in and out of our world, when you really think about it.

Saturn V illustration by Stephen Biesty (the 14- by 40-inch centerfold from his 1997 book Incredible Everything)

Saturn V illustration by Stephen Biesty (the 14- by 40-inch centerfold from his 1997 book Incredible Everything)

Inspiration Grid is a daily-updated gallery celebrating creative talent from around the world. Get your daily fix of design, art, illustration, typography, photography, architecture, fashion and more.

Inspiration Grid is a daily-updated gallery celebrating creative talent from around the world. Get your daily fix of design, art, illustration, typography, photography, architecture, fashion and more.

June 1, 2013.  Our Soyuz, TMA-09M.  It brought us safely to the International Space Station just three days ago and will patiently wait to take us back to earth in November. Taken from the Cupola.  KN from space.

June 1, 2013. Our Soyuz, TMA-09M. It brought us safely to the International Space Station just three days ago and will patiently wait to take us back to earth in November. Taken from the Cupola. KN from space.

Machines don't just happen.  They are dreamt, designed, developed, built and flown.  The Space Shuttle Orbiter came out of the same malaise era that brought us rich Corinthian leather, 180 HP V8s and chassis stiffness akin to a wet sheet.  Nonetheless, the orbiter was a remarkable machine. It was designed and built by Rockwell International in Palmdale, CA after an extensive design competition to develop the next generation of space vehicle after the Apollo program and the a Saturn V. The...

Machines don't just happen. They are dreamt, designed, developed, built and flown. The Space Shuttle Orbiter came out of the same malaise era that brought us rich Corinthian leather, 180 HP V8s and chassis stiffness akin to a wet sheet. Nonetheless, the orbiter was a remarkable machine. It was designed and built by Rockwell International in Palmdale, CA after an extensive design competition to develop the next generation of space vehicle after the Apollo program and the a Saturn V. The...

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