The U.S. space program, with its passionate focus on finding life beyond Earth, has fascinated millions of star gazers. Recent data from outer-planet surveys suggest that our greatest chances for discovering extra-terrestrial life may not lie with distant stars and systems but be within our own solar system - our galactic backyard, as it were. The Moons of Jupiter, in particular Europa, show evidence of liquid water and potential oceans residing beneath their frozen crusts. We wait on terra firma for word from our emissaries, voyaging unencumbered from our earthly moors.
so pretty and meaningful!
I love it!! Very Creative!!
Beautiful work indeed!!
Magnificent, sir; a powerful piece with a powerful message!
I totally love the idea of this painting
awesome! how big is it?
last month Curiosity discovered water on Mars... plenty water!
This is just, amazing and gorgeous , for me it has a special feeling of reflection, because yes is incredible to explore and look up in the infinity of a undiscovered space, I don't negate it, but a curious thing is that we strive our selfs that much to find live in other planets, some creature similar to us, live, intelligent, but the thing is that we have that just right here, in front of our blind noses and sometimes we really don't get that, because if we didn't value the pure live and richness of our home , imagine what we could in another place, and another owners .
Your art is FANTASTIC!!
Totally excellent! Brilliant work!
As dynamic and fascinating as usual.
Amazing work and a great sentiment. If humanity is going to survive, we need to move beyond Earth and spread into the other planets. And, I can only hope, such exploration will give humanity a better perspective on itself and our homeworld, allowing for a little more peace, both here and across whatever colonies we might establish.
holy cow, this is so awesome on so many levels. the hands are done so well it's crazy they look so real. nice job
Well planned out! This is inspiration <3
wow beautiful painting