This Week’s MotD Theme: Golden Yellow Without the sun, life as we know would cease to exist. That being said, it’s … More
This week’s MotD theme: Holy Moley! On Earth we know of a few craters that exist here and there, some more … More
This week’s MotD theme: Ring of Fire Happening TODAY as I write this blog post (8:52 am PST), the planet Mercury … More
New Week::New Theme: The Eyes Have It Internationally renowned Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan, captured this beautiful photo of a human … More
New Week::New Theme: Blue We start this week’s theme with an out-of-this-world example of a blue mandala: the beautiful planet Neptune … More
Now this is more like the way I would color a planet if given the opportunity!
Earlier this year, NASA’s New Horizons did it’s closest flyby past the last known planet in our solar system: Pluto. Since then, scientists have been working with (or in this case coloring with) the data to gain more insight about this adorable planet’s surface.
Big news yesterday…NASA confirms evidence of intermittent liquid water on present-dayMars! And in honor of this announcement, I present to you one of NASA’s more interesting photos of Mars (IMHO). While Earth is considered the blue dot in space…Mars would be the red dot.