Posted by: Jo Briton
Categories: Creative, Digital, Illustration,
Tue, 15 Jul 2014
I thought this was a fun project devised by NASA’s Langley Research Center. They held an art contest challenging children to draw what they think the future would look like.
Titled, “The Future Is Now”, students could choose to draw the improvements they envisioned would become reality in three areas—aeronautics, exploration and Earth science.
Check out their imaginative and inspiring illustrations below.
On the subject of space: NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman has shot a six-second Vine clip of
the Earth’s orbit from space in the International Space Station where he is
Dubbed the first Vine video to be created from space, it shows the Earth’s terminator line—a horizontal line separating day and night on earth.
Watch the amazing footage on Vine.