Danny Flynn - Moonfall

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Danny Flynn, Moonfall

January 7, 2018 Gordon C. Davies
October 23, 2017 Chris Foss
December 14, 2017 John Harris
January 28, 2018 Paul Lehr
April 12, 2016 beeple: PENTIUM4

starwarsblognumber1001: Rey’s Speeder: Info. Graph + Transparency  Rey’s speeder is categorised as a repulsorlift vehicle. A repulsorlift vehicle creates thrust by pushing against the planets gravity (fancy name for a hovercraft). Rey built her speeder through parts acquired from the Niima Outpost junkpiles, Starship Graveyard and the Teedo traders. Her eclectic array of parts (from military hardware to civilian machinery) classifies her vehicle as a hybrid: speeder and swoop. Rey’s speeder is...

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December 7, 2017 Paul Kirchner
December 22, 2017 kruma:Akira Yata, 1983
October 27, 2017 Peter Elson

cypulchre: CA2 Strong Frontier by Balance-Sheet SP Space Elevator by Balance-Sheet Dock 17 by Balance-Sheet

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November 21, 2017 Frank Kelly Freas
November 23, 2017 Gene Szafran, 1974

sparth: Releasing “Stardrive Maintenance”, a 30 minute tutorial free on Gumroad. i recorded this one in 2013 but never added the voice, until now. PSD file included!https://gumroad.com/l/YgfaZ

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December 12, 2017 Ken Kelly
December 6, 2017 Roger Dean
October 15, 2017 Ray Feibush

Re: my last post. Was just reminded that Isaac Asimov was a serial sexual harasser. I think I’ll stop highlighting him on this blog and instead point out that the mother of science fiction, Mary Shelley, started the genre almost exactly two hundred years ago with the Jan 1, 1818 publication of Frankenstein. Here’s a Berni Wrightson Frankenstein comic.

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September 6, 2013 SpaceChic
December 11, 2015 mrjakeparker: Spaceships!
February 9, 2018 Vincent di Fate

sciencefictionworld: I wanted to post a great spaceship painting in celebration of crossing over 30,000 followers for this blog.  I had to look no further than the great John Harris for a fitting post.  Thank you everyone for enjoying this sci-fi celebration. 

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