Adam Ferriss is a photographer and digital media artist based in Los Angeles, CA. In addition to his artistic practice, Adam runs the photography labs at Otis College of Art and Design. His most recent projects involve creating tri-chromatic color separation photographs and algorithmically restructuring pixel array data.
I googled “fat birdies” and found magic.
This animation from Moonwalk One shows all the stages of the Apollo 11 mission, which launched 45 years ago on July 16, 1969. As designed, the only component to return to Earth was the Command Module Columbia.
From the series: Headquarters’ Films Relating to Aeronautics, 1962 - 1981. Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1903 - 2006
Hello everyone, here are all of the posts I have made about old telescope & binocular catalogs— all in chronological order, yay!
- 1940s Broadhurst, Clarkson & Co. Portable Telescopes Catalog
- 1956 Unitron Catalog & Observers Guide
- 1957 Importers Goto Refractors Catalog
- 1958 Carl Zeiss Binocular Catalog
- 1958 Coast Instrument Catalog
- Early 1960s ANRA Catalog (later known as The Optical Craftsmen)
- Late 60s to early 70s Astronomical Equipment Telescope Catalog (U.K.)
- 1960s? A. Jaegers Catalog (complete)
- 1960s Polarex (Unitron) Catalog
- 1960 Alinari Telescopes (Italian)
- 1962 no. 3 Edmund Catalog (astronomical section)
- 1963 Alinari Telescopes and Accessories (Italian)
- 1964 Carl Zeiss Binocular Catalog
- 1966 Goto Hy-Score Binoculars and Spotting Scopes
- 1968 Criterion Parts and Accessories Catalog
- 1969-72? Royal (Astro Optical) Catalog
- 1970 Zeiss Jena Optical Museum
- 1972 Questar Brochure
- 1972 Unitron Catalog
- 1973 Unitron Catalog (Japanese)
- 1974 Celestron International Catalog
- 1974 Goto Optical MFG. Catalog
- 1978 Criterion Dynamax Brochure
- 1978 Tasco Telescopes Catalog
- 1978 Unitron Catalog (German)
- 1979 Telescope World Catalog
- 1984 Tasco Telescopes and Accessories Catalog (German)
- 1985 Cheshire Instrument Catalog & Price List
- 1986 Carl Zeiss Jena Astronomy Catalog
That’s 29 posts in total. Enjoy!
There’s some really interesting ones in here, both in subject matter and regarding their graphic design.
*likes your post* a great interaction, we are truly bonding
The Space Shuttle Main Engine burnt hydrogen with oxygen,
producing a nearly invisible flame at full thrust.