Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn at Sunrise, 13FEB18 The Precipice Club Whittaker

Substantial thermal activity near sunrise and the horizon made filming tenuous.  Nikon D-810 on the Celestron 203mm / 8" HD Edge w/o wedge. All videos, except Ga3, were cropped with iMovie editor and converted to mp4.  No improvement with wedge was discovered.  As Jupiter moved away from the horizon, a moderate improvement in stability can …

Gwynne Shotwell

There will be many images of Gwynne Shotwell, but none better than this from Forbes' Magazine.  This is Gwynne Shotwell EVERYONE should identify with: confident, attractive, brilliantly driven, and excited for her new adventures with SpaceX, and THE WOMAN who put the Falcon Heavy into orbit as the vehicle to beat to make humankind an interstellar …

“A Sight Man May Never See?” Here is the first known study between an esteem Astronomer and a famous Artist to discover, explore, and interpret the lunar surface. 

The first documented S.T.E.A.M.* education and research of the 20th Century.  Oil painting of  The Earth as seen from The Moon by Henry Russell Butler (1926) [American Museum of Natural History].  Russell painted several Earth-scapes as seen from the Moon in the period 1925-1926 during the course of this now famous study.  It arose after conversations at a …