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Cosmic Voyager

Cosmic Voyager

2021

laser-etching on aluminum spacecraft body

NASA Ames Research Center

A spacecraft leaves Earth, traveling on a mission of exploration and discovery; its later message to us: “I’ve seen things you wouldn’t believe”. An homage to the famous description of space adventure in the sci-fi movie Bladerunner. An additional, hidden message is worked into the shapes of the trajectory, planets, rings, and stars which all come together to spell out “SPACE”.

Technical information:

Artwork name:

Cosmic Voyager

Date:

Creator:

2021

Mike Dabro

Country:

USA

This work is part of the following collection:

PACE-1

laser-etching on aluminum spacecraft body

Medium:

Dimensions:

20 x 30 cm

Graphic Design

Genre:

IAAA Art Style:

cosmic expressionism

Launch vehicle / mission:

SpaceX Falcon 9 - Transporter-2

Host spacecraft / hardware:

PACE-1

COSPAR id

2021-059AG

Launch location:

SLC40 - Cape Canaveral, Florida

Launch date:

30 Jun 2021

Orbit / space location:

LEO

Return vehicle:

End date:

Status:

Operational

Client / Agency:

NASA Ames Research Center

Artist:

Mike Dabro

Illustrator

USA

Mike Dabro

Collection:

PACE-1

2021

PACE-1

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