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iansart:

-Virgil Finlay
"Being" 1954
electripipedream:

Fantastic Novels magazineVirgil Finlay1949
humanoidhistory:

1977 NASA concept art depict a “spider” design for a space station used as a hub for the space shuttle: “A solar array was to be unwound from the exhausted main fuel tank. The structure could then be formed and assembled in one operation. The main engine tank would then be used as a space operations control center, a Shuttle astronaut crew habitat, and a space operations focal point for missions to the Moon and Mars.” (NASA)
nemfrog:

Fig. 127. French method of opening the skull. Post-mortem pathology. 1905.
humanoidhistory:

THE NOVEMBER METEORS, as observed between midnight and 5am on the night of November 13-14, 1868. Illustration, circa 1881, by Etienne Leopold Trouvelot.
(New York Public Library)
nemfrog:

Saturn floats. Our Country and Its Resources. 1917.
"Saturn, the lightest of the planets in proportion to its size, would float in water (if there were an ocean big enough to hold it!)"
gonatistagrisea:

"Icones anatomicae" by C.J. Rollinus (Artist) published by Albrecht von Haller (Anatomist) in 1756.
hell-mental:

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thecivilwarparlor:

Unknown Soldiers- American Civil War
The average infantryman carried a muzzle-loading rifle-musket manufactured in American arsenals or one purchased from foreign countries such as England. The bayonet was an important part of the rifle and its steel presence on the muzzle of the weapon was very imposing. When not in battle, the bayonet was a handy candle holder and useful in grinding coffee beans. The typical rifle-musket weighed eight and one-half pounds and fired a conical shaped bullet called the Minie Ball.
Info: The National Park Service www.nps.gov
Date Created/Published: [between 1861 and 1869]
Medium: 1 negative : glass, wet collodion.
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington,  D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print
historicaltimes:

"Addie Card, 12 years old, anemic little spinner in North Pownal Cotton Mill, Vermont, 1910" by Lewis Hine.

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