GLORIOUS SPACE ART BY CHESLEY BONESTELL

by Ariadna Zierold

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Chesley Bonestell, the “Father of Modern Space Art”, was and has been an important figure in science fiction, and even the American space program, where he helped influence manned space travel into a possibility with his imaginative study of outer space since the 1940’s.
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Where the Hubble Space Telescope gives us actual images of our universe today, Chesley Bonestell was the Hubble Space Telescope of yesterday, helping pave the way from his canvas to the final frontier: space.

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Missy the inflatable sex doll hurled 31,000 metres into space

Missy, space, sex toy, upper playgroundAn inflatable sex doll named Missy was recently launched into space making history as the first sex doll to have entered the earth’s outer atmosphere.  Check out the video and watch Missy being hooked to a hydrogen-filled balloon then shot towards the cosmos at a speed of 426 metres per minute when, at an altitude of 31,090 metres, her balloon burst and she shot straight back down to the ground.

First and Final Friday: Modest Mouse “This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About”

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We go way back to April 1996, and the first LP from Modest Mouse, This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About. Some call this the heyday of Modest Mouse, with Isaac Brock at full-on good weirdo mode, but we just want to be nostalgic. The album starts with “Dramamine,” and ends with “Space Travel Is Boring.” Enjoy.

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