Click any of these to see the incredible level of detail. These aren’t some 3D models… they’re actual photographs.
The Sun casts a shadow of Saturn’s rings.
Saturn’s 31 known moons travel at thousands of miles an hour.
Billions of miles across, this nebula is called the Mountains of Creation.
I can’t get enough of the images that modern technology affords us. For thousands of years, astronomers could only try and imagine the things we glance at today and take for granted.
The endless beauty of the universe may not provide the palpable excitement of, say, Nick and Jessica — but it certainly deserves a little of our attention, recognition, and awe. These photographs are, to me, proof of our minuscule importance in the grand scheme of things. And yet, I think we somehow gain importance in the universe, as we learn more about it. Being a witness to something – even something as massive as space itself – makes us more a part of it.
Dad’s 1950’s Lionel. I packed the pieces of track so well last year, I can’t find them. When I do, the Evanston Express will run once more. In the meantime, there’s still plenty of action under the tree.
With Milk Bandits’ first apparel show coming up this February in Las Vegas, I figure it’s about time to start putting our logo on various giveaways. Being a newbie at a show with hundreds of established designers means we’ve got to get our name out there, so what better way to do that than have hundreds of people walking around advertising for us?
Thus, the first Milk Bandits branded item… the 16″ x 18″ shopping bag with cotton drawstring. I know we’ll boost traffic with these babies, because every time I’ve gone to a car show or computer convention, bags for carrying around those posters and brochures is very popular.