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Planet Earth

Duncan Miller Gallery, Suite A7
November 17 - December 29, 2018


From 1981 to 2011, NASA produced over a dozen photographic surveys of the earth from various orbiting space shuttle deployments. These missions were tasked to study the effects of volcanic activity, drought, and man-made impact caused by air pollution and deforestation. 

The gallery presents a substantial collection of these new earth topographies. 

The Vintage NASA photographs on display are replete with detailed descriptions and official NASA serial numbers. While these images were taken to document the Earth's landscape and climate changes, they often read as abstract images in broad swaths of surreal color.

Earlier Event: November 17
Kids Make Art - Holiday Ornaments