Earth Day, 2018

Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), Earth Day, 1970 (822.2002)

Louis Bencze, Giraffe, Tampa, Florida, 1990 (274.1991)

Lou Bernstein (1911-2005), Newfy, N.Y. Aquarium, 1977 (97.1992)

Douglas Faulkner, Golden-Crested Damselfish, Belau Islands (312.1981)

David Wartersun, Pelicans, ca. 1990

NASA, [“Nearly full Earth showing Africa, Middle East, Europe and western Asia from the Apollo 11”], July 16 1969, (2476.2005)

Apollo 11 view of Earth taken shortly after lift off on 16 July 1969 from a distance of 180,000 km. Most of Africa can be seen at the center of this image, as well as parts of Europe and western Asia, partly covered by clouds, and most of the Middle East. Apollo 11 was in translunar insertion at the time of this photograph, on its way to the historic first moon walk on 20 July. The Earth is 12,740 km in diameter. North is at 11:00. (Apollo 11, AS11-36-5355)

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2 Responses to Earth Day, 2018

  1. Pingback: Earth Day, 2018 — Fans in a Flashbulb | THE MARVELOUS MUMFORD

  2. MOMENTS says:

    Marvelous photos! The first artwork is highly thought provoking, a powerful cry of attention.

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