asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.
asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.
asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.
asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.
asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.
asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.
asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.
asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.
asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.
asylum-art:

asylum-art:
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin
"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video
Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.

asylum-art:

asylum-art:

Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin

"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.Watch the Video

Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin on Vimeo.

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omgspacegifs:

The launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on STS-61, the first Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission. December 2, 1993.
omgspacegifs:

The launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on STS-61, the first Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission. December 2, 1993.
omgspacegifs:

The launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on STS-61, the first Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission. December 2, 1993.
omgspacegifs:

The launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on STS-61, the first Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission. December 2, 1993.

omgspacegifs:

The launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on STS-61, the first Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission. December 2, 1993.

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drawingarchitecture:

Walter Gropius. Haus am Horn, 1923.

poboh:

Oreste Albertini (Italian, 1887-1953), La Stretta di Lavena, Lago di Lugano, 1932. Oil on canvas, 120 x 160 cm.

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spacetravelco:

Sun spot illustrations from the late 1800s
Codex 99 has an excellent write-up and more images on the topic.
(Plate II from Robert Stawell Ball’s The Story of the Heavens via Wellcome)
spacetravelco:

Sun spot illustrations from the late 1800s
Codex 99 has an excellent write-up and more images on the topic.
(Plate II from Robert Stawell Ball’s The Story of the Heavens via Wellcome)
spacetravelco:

Sun spot illustrations from the late 1800s
Codex 99 has an excellent write-up and more images on the topic.
(Plate II from Robert Stawell Ball’s The Story of the Heavens via Wellcome)
spacetravelco:

Sun spot illustrations from the late 1800s
Codex 99 has an excellent write-up and more images on the topic.
(Plate II from Robert Stawell Ball’s The Story of the Heavens via Wellcome)
spacetravelco:

Sun spot illustrations from the late 1800s
Codex 99 has an excellent write-up and more images on the topic.
(Plate II from Robert Stawell Ball’s The Story of the Heavens via Wellcome)

spacetravelco:

Sun spot illustrations from the late 1800s

Codex 99 has an excellent write-up and more images on the topic.

(Plate II from Robert Stawell Ball’s The Story of the Heavens via Wellcome)

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explore-blog:

A technical glitch causes the Hubble Space Telescope, which ordinarily captures magnificently crisp scientific imagery of the cosmos, to lose balance and create this inadvertent piece of modern art.

It is suspected that in this case, Hubble had locked onto a bad guide star, potentially a double star or binary. This caused an error in the tracking system, resulting in this remarkable picture of brightly colored stellar streaks. The prominent red streaks are from stars in the globular cluster NGC 288. 

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drawingarchitecture:

Edward Han Myo Oo, drawing for landscape design, 2014, pencil, 36”x36”.

psychetronictonic:

Marion Bellin - Les herbes folles