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Dog space suits for the earliest canine cosmonauts

Dog space suits for the earliest canine cosmonauts

Most dogs who went to space didn't make it back. A moment of silence please. But at least they went into orbit they got to wear special suits; here's what

How we'll live in space, according to people in the 1970s

How we'll live in space, according to people in the 1970s

Space Colony Concepts: An artist’s depiction of a construction crew at work on the Bernal Spheres colony from space colony summer studies conducted at NASA Ames in the Credit: NASA Ames Research Center / Don Davis

Syd Mead: Starboard lower mast concept photo: Most of the details in the sketch don't match the final design, but it can be used as a guide for detailing the aft side of the lower mast (seen at left), since there aren't any good views of this section in the movie. This photo was uploaded by jhfong

Syd Mead: Starboard lower mast concept Photo: Most of the details in the sketch don't match the final design, but it can be used as a guide for detailing.

utopiearchiv:    Taurus Illustration for the National Geographic. Gallant, Roy A. National Geographic Picture Atlas of Our Universe. Washington DC: National Geographic Society, 1980.

Syd Mead (Alien, Tron, Blade Runner) created this image of “future farmers” on a space station for National Geographic. It’s based on the Stanford torus concept from Elysium was also inspired by.

CGI inspired by Bonestell from Titan (1950's)

Chesley Bonestell was an astronomical artist - here's a quintessential “farscape” (Saturn as Seen from Titan, placed within reach of the human imagination by Bonestell’s genius

architectureland:  In the 1970 NASA envisioned possibilities to...

humanoidhistory: The agricultural module on a Bernal Sphere, a future space habitat that could theoretically house tens of thousands of permanent residents. 1976 NASA illustration by Rick Guidice. (NASA Ames Research Center)

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