The Moon as seen by Scriven Bolton, Etienne Trouvelot, Lucien Rudaux, Chesley Bonestell

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Various views of the Moon

Scientific illustrations, thanks to the vision of great artists fascinated by astronomical research and astronautics, have provided us with an accurate depiction of the possible views which mankind will one day observed from locations other than our planet.

In this talk I will pay homage to some of these geniuses who serve science, and underline the scientific, artistic, political, and social implications deriving from a wise use of space-art.

Where telescopes cannot (yet) see - the Moon as seen by Scriven Bolton, Etienne Trouvelot, Lucien Rudaux, Chesley Bonestell

Angelo Adamo
(Submitted on 15 Mar 2017)

Comments: 9 pages, 4 figures, published in the proceedings of SEAC 2015 Conference (Rome)
Subjects: History and Philosophy of Physics (physics.hist-ph); Earth and Planetary Astrophysics (astro-ph.EP)
Journal reference: Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, Vol. 16, No 4, (2016), pp. 509-517
Cite as: arXiv:1703.08138 [physics.hist-ph] (or arXiv:1703.08138v1 [physics.hist-ph] for this version)
Submission history
From: Angelo Adamo
[v1] Wed, 15 Mar 2017 11:03:46 GMT (887kb)
https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.08138

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