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DELIRIOUS DRIVEL #51

Be above delirious chants
and lose (your)SELF in
purplicious delights.

Delirious Thoughts from Madasahatter572 ;)

Time

ETI: 'The Breakthrough Listen' project first round of findings. Alien life still elusive.

(The Green Bank Telescope)

The ‘Breakthrough Listen’ project funded by Russian billionaire Yuri Milner who has initiated a challenge, with the help of scientists including Stephen Hawking, to listen for Extraterrestrial signals from 1 million stars within The Milky way and 100 Galaxies over a ten year period.  128 kata lagi

Space

Ex Libris Dr Sotiria Fotopoulou, 2016

woodcut

diameter: 13 cm

This Ex Libris is made for Astrophysicist Dr. Sotiria Fotopoulou. It depicts a woman observing the Cosmos through a giant telescope, a key element to highlight the field of her research: The study of Galaxies and their evolution. 44 kata lagi

Printmaking

In Search of America's Darkest Skies (24 Photos)

After a three-year journey of over 150,000 miles (241,000 km) traveled and 3,000,000 pictures taken, timelapse filmmakers Harun Mehmedinovic and Gavin Heffernan introduce SKYGLOW; a 192-page hardcover photo book and Blu-Ray timelapse video series exploring North America’s remaining magnificent night skies and the threat of light pollution to our environment. 292 kata lagi

ART

Rocket Science, for gardeners

As of today, most gardeners and allotmenteers across the Emerald Isle shall be crossing fingers, knocking on wood and waiting that much anticipated break in cloud cover in the hope that there may finally be a sunny-side of things to look upon as the month of April 2017 draws to a close… 344 kata lagi

Allotment Gardening

Sounds Familiar

“Up there in the immensity of the Cosmos, an inescapable perception awaits us. National boundaries are not evident when we view the Earth from space. Fanatical ethnic, religious or national chauvinisms are a little difficult to maintain when we see our planet as a fragile blue crescent fading to become an inconspicuous point of light against the bastion and citadel of the stars.” – Carl Sagan, Cosmos

PBS