Chris Petescia

Co-founder of Carrot Creative, design geek, practical hippie, music enthusiast and generally creative individual who finds inspiration through imagination.

Located in Park Slope & DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY.
Dreaming in a galaxy far, far away....

 

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Immersion Theory - Resonance.

Rediscovered this ethereal and ambient artist recently. Enjoy

100,000 Stars: A Google Chrome Experiment
This is stunning. I have not been able to close the tab for 2 days now…
Experience or Learn More

100,000 Stars: A Google Chrome Experiment

This is stunning. I have not been able to close the tab for 2 days now…

Experience or Learn More

The new panorama is online HERE . It is presented in false color to emphasize differences between materials in the scene.  It was assembled from 817 component images taken between Dec. 21, 2011, and May 8, 2012, while Opportunity was stationed on an outcrop informally named “Greeley Haven,” on a segment of the rim of ancient Endeavour Crater. "The view provides rich geologic context for the detailed chemical and mineral work that the team did at Greeley Haven over the rover’s fifth Martian winter, as well as a spectacularly detailed view of the largest impact crater that we’ve driven to yet with either rover over the course of the mission," said Jim Bell of Arizona State University, Tempe, Pancam lead scientist. 

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The new panorama is online HERE . It is presented in false color to emphasize differences between materials in the scene.  It was assembled from 817 component images taken between Dec. 21, 2011, and May 8, 2012, while Opportunity was stationed on an outcrop informally named “Greeley Haven,” on a segment of the rim of ancient Endeavour Crater. 

"The view provides rich geologic context for the detailed chemical and mineral work that the team did at Greeley Haven over the rover’s fifth Martian winter, as well as a spectacularly detailed view of the largest impact crater that we’ve driven to yet with either rover over the course of the mission," said Jim Bell of Arizona State University, Tempe, Pancam lead scientist. 


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inothernews:

SMOKE MONSTER   It was late in the northern martian spring when the HiRISE camera onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spied this local denizen. Tracking south and east (down and right) across the flat, dust-covered Amazonis Planitia the core of the whirling dust devil is about 30 meters in diameter, while its plume reaches about 800 feet into the thin Martian atmosphere.  (Photo via NASA APOD)
I’ve posted this before but it’s just so freakin’ beautiful.

inothernews:

SMOKE MONSTER   It was late in the northern martian spring when the HiRISE camera onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spied this local denizen. Tracking south and east (down and right) across the flat, dust-covered Amazonis Planitia the core of the whirling dust devil is about 30 meters in diameter, while its plume reaches about 800 feet into the thin Martian atmosphere.  (Photo via NASA APOD)

I’ve posted this before but it’s just so freakin’ beautiful.