International Dinosaur Month.
Fossil Friday Triceratops.
© The Field Museum, CSGEO17032, Photographer Charles Carpenter.
Triceratops skull. Late Cretaceous, on exhibit. Geology specimen P12003. Field Columbian Museum.
8x10 glass negative
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The Midnight Planétarium by Van Cleef & Arpels
The movement of each planet is true to its genuine length of orbit: it will take Saturn over 29 years to make a complete circuit of the dial, Jupiter will take almost 12 years, Mars 687 days, Earth 365 days, Venus 224 days and Mercury 88 days.
OH WOW… IT FINALLY HAPPENED. MY DREAM BIKE HAS BEEN REMADE. OH GOD, BE STILL MY HEART. (this is really fucking serious, fyi.) 👊😍👏👏👏
TODAY NASA IS 56!! And helping celebrate, I’m helping remind everyone of all the awesome stuff that exists in the world because of NASA, with my illustrations for Amy Shira Teitel's great article It’s Not Just Tang: NASA’s Widespread Influence on Everyday Design, today on Medium.com