Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were, but without it we go nowhere. — Carl Sagan
12.07.15 - by Don Dixon
Every so often, an astronomical artist gets lucky. As the New Horizons space probe closes on minor planet Pluto...
25.11.15 - by Don Dixon
Astronomical motifs decorate humanity's most ancient artifacts, but until the winter of 1609...
03.04.06 - by Don Dixon
If our civilization survives for another few decades, we may get our first glimpse of a planet remarkably...
12.04.09 - by Don Dixon
When Edward Bell, Scientific American's innovative art director from 1968–2011 commissioned my first cover...
20.04.08 - by Don Dixon
The Caesareum (or Caesarium) was a temple built by Cleopatra VII...
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