Thomas Karg
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Daily Paintworks - "Cream Tulips II" by Gary Bruton

Daily Paintworks - "Cream Tulips II" by Gary Bruton

Sonnenblume, a new painting! Oil on Acrylic, now on FineArtAmerica.com

Sonnenblume, a new painting! Oil on Acrylic, now on FineArtAmerica.com

the author says :  We cut out leaf shapes out of wax paper and placed them on the paper while it was still wet. Then we negative painted around them.

the author says : We cut out leaf shapes out of wax paper and placed them on the paper while it was still wet. Then we negative painted around them.

Das Universum, unser Lebensraum. Mit Betonung auf Leben.

Bislang haben selbst die Astronomen die Zahl der Galaxien und damit der Sterne ganz gewaltig unterschätzt. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommen Forscher nun nach einer Auswertung von Hubble-Daten und Analysen anderer Observatorien..

Dust in Orion    This image of the region surrounding the reflection nebula Messier 78, just to the north of Orion’s belt, shows clouds of cosmic dust threaded through the nebula like a string of pearls. The submillimetre-wavelength observations, made with the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) telescope and shown here in orange, use the heat glow of interstellar dust grains to show astronomers where new stars are being formed. They are overlaid on a view of the region in visible light…

Dust in Orion This image of the region surrounding the reflection nebula Messier 78, just to the north of Orion’s belt, shows clouds of cosmic dust threaded through the nebula like a string of pearls. The submillimetre-wavelength observations, made with the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) telescope and shown here in orange, use the heat glow of interstellar dust grains to show astronomers where new stars are being formed. They are overlaid on a view of the region in visible light…

The high-mass stars in the nebula known as NGC 281 drive many aspects of their galactic environment through powerful winds flowing from their surfaces and intense radiation that heats surrounding gas, "boiling it away" into interstellar space. This process results in the formation of large columns of gas and dust, as seen on the left. These structures likely contain newly forming stars.

The high-mass stars in the nebula known as NGC 281 drive many aspects of their galactic environment through powerful winds flowing from their surfaces and intense radiation that heats surrounding gas, "boiling it away" into interstellar space. This process results in the formation of large columns of gas and dust, as seen on the left. These structures likely contain newly forming stars.