|Golf on the Moon!|
The Shot Seen
'Round the World
The most famous golf shot of all time captured in paint on canvas.
Alan Shepard Digs Out During Apollo 14
|The Chabot Space & Science Center Mural|
The Origin of Meteorites
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|A hand-painted acrylic mural on a 4' x 26' foot canvas; depicting the wonders of the Universe where the different classes of meteorites have originated|
|Imaging Extrasolar Planets|
|What Planets There May Be
Sky & Telescope article on
Imaging Extrasolar Planets—
especially ones that glow! Get a Print!
|Going to Mars by Way of its Moons|
|Working on Deimos
A scientific laboratory nestled in a crater on the North Pole of Deimos, Mars' second moon, is in perfect position to observe and launch missions to The Red Planet.
|The Chandra X-ray Observatory|
|To See With New Eyes
Today's most powerful, high resolution
x-ray imaging telescope. Get a Print!
|The STARDUST™ Comet Sample Return Mission|
|In History's Way
The STARDUST™ spacecraft makes final adjustments and braces for impact as Comet Wild-2, carrying information dating from the formation of our solar system, overtakes rapidly from behind.
An adaptation from
Encounter ~ The Final Trim
for the cover of Scientific American.
| The STARDUST™ Panoramas
Mission Art created for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
|Encounter ~ The Final Trim
2004: After its five year journey, the STARDUST™ spacecraft prepares to enter the coma of Comet Wild-2 and return the first samples to Earth.
|In The Thick Of It
Now deep inside the comet's coma at closest approach to the nucleus, the spacecraft is pummeled by particles as it speeds past at 13,000 miles per hour.
Mission Success! Severely pummeled but triumphantly intact, the spacecraft has now passed out of danger. Its Whipple Shields bearing the scars of battle can be easily seen as the spacecraft sails on toward home.
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|The STARDUST™ QuickTime Virtual Reality|
The QuickTimeVR made from the STARDUST™ Panoramas.