The Armed Novelist

scifigeneration:

 

Poster 1 by Paul Shipper / Store / Tumblr

Poster 2 by Matt Ferguson / Tumblr / Website

Poster 3 by Khoa Ho / Twitter / Facebook

Poster 4 by Orlando Arocena / Facebook

Poster 5 by Chad Woodward / Blog

Poster 6 by Andy Fairhurst / Blog

Poster 7 by Peter Gutierrez / Website

Poster 8 by Doaly / Facebook / Store

Poster 9 by Florey / Tumblr / Store

Check out the exclusive article on this, the Poster Posse’s seventh project, over at BlurppyHERE

via xombiedirge

8bitfuture:

Photo: Today’s SpaceX launch from Cape Canaveral.
Space Exploration Technologies successfully launched the THAICOM 6 satellite for THAICOM today. Falcon 9 delivered THAICOM 6 to its targeted 295 x 90,000 km geosynchronous transfer orbit at 22.5 degrees inclination.  The Falcon 9 launch vehicle performed as expected, meeting 100% of mission objectives.

8bitfuture:

Photo: Today’s SpaceX launch from Cape Canaveral.

Space Exploration Technologies successfully launched the THAICOM 6 satellite for THAICOM today. Falcon 9 delivered THAICOM 6 to its targeted 295 x 90,000 km geosynchronous transfer orbit at 22.5 degrees inclination.  The Falcon 9 launch vehicle performed as expected, meeting 100% of mission objectives.

for-all-mankind:

senior-crown:

Congratulations to SpaceX on another successful launch of the Falcon 9 and Dragon! Can anyone tell me if that’s dirt on the side of the Falcon in the first photo? (Photos from Scriptunas Images and SpaceX)

Spectacular images. The landing legs make the Falcom 9 look surreal.

This will be me one day.

This will be me one day.

graviton1066:

(09/09/2013) — CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — At the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida, a Space Shuttle Program time capsule has been enshrined capsule in a secured vault within the walls of the 90,000-square-foot Space Shuttle Atlantis home. The time capsule, containing artifacts and other memorabilia associated with the history of the program is designated to be opened on the 50th anniversary of the shuttle’s final landing, STS-135. The new $100 million “Space Shuttle Atlantis” facility includes interactive exhibits that tell the story of the 30-year Space Shuttle Program and highlight the future of space exploration. Photo credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann

craeter:

Death of Triton by edlo
followstarfall:

Eye of Odin 2 by GlennClovis
oneheadtoanother:

The Nine Planets Imagined as One
xlapinx:

Serenity
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