A small non-descript moon encircled by its own ceaseless chains of ball bearings… the planet of keychains if you will.
Credits: Troy 6396 and The Boneyard via GifCities and Internet Archive
One of the great things about having a presence on the Internet, whether a blog, website, or other site, is that people from across the globe can visit it at any time, and appreciate your work. Feels a proud moment when you think about it.
Credits: World Travel Information Center via GifCities and Internet Archive
Perhaps one day we’ll make contact with an advanced extraterrestrial civilisation that will revolutionise humanity and the world in ways we can’t begin to fathom.
Credits: Void Design and Tumblr via Louie Campbell, Trippy S**t and Pinterest
Iridescent continents and seas of glitter. The My Little Ponies’ home world?
Credits: Nothing is Spookier than Space! and Tumblr via Blaise Aspden, Pixel Art and Pinterest
“The mass starts into a million suns;
Earths round each sun with quick explosions burst,
And second planets issue from the first.
[The first concept of a ‘big bang’ theory of the universe.]”
― Erasmus Darwin, The Botanic Garden A Poem in Two Parts. Part 1: the Economy of Vegetation
Credits: Geya Shvecova, Motion graphics Geya Shvecova and Tumblr via Piet Meuleman, WhatsApp@#Gifs and Google+, goodreads
“We are nothing but space dust, trying to find its way back to the stars.”
Credits: Geya Shvecova, Motion graphics Geya Shvecova and Tumblr via ViktorMontfort, Gif art and Pinterest
Cold, distant and unforgiving, extraterrestrial, pixellated and calming.
Credits: GALACTIC CASTLE and Tumblr via M ∆ N U E L L ∆, Vaporwave and Pinterest
An RPG game that takes you travelling around other worlds. Hmmm, sounds interesting.
Credits: Support for the Sci-Fi RPG Traveller via GifCities and Internet Archive
There will be nothing.
That we were ever here.
Credits: Via lewis wagstaff, Graphic Design and Pinterest
On the 6th February 2018, the world watched as SpaceX successfully launched the most powerful rocket in the world into space, and landed two Falcon 9 rocket boosters back on Earth, synchronized to perfection.
The payload for the inaugural Falcon Heavy test flight was Elon Musk’s red Tesla Roadster convertible. For the first twelve hours, the car was running a livestream back to Earth and blasting David Bowie’s “Life on Mars?” into space.
Credits: SpaceX and Tesla via AngelList and Outlook