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Selected news about graphic design, photography, film studies and media & interaction design for CV students at ECAL (Lausanne, Switzerland)
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This is the First Photo Ever Taken from the Surface of a Comet

This is the First Photo Ever Taken from the Surface of a Comet | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Human kind did something incredible yesterday: we landed something on the surface of a comet. After a 10 year journey to Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, Rosetta released its lander Philae, which arrived on the comet’s surface, bounced around a bit because of a malfunction, and then sent back the very first photo from the surface of a comet.

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Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013

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Australian photographer Mark Gee has beaten over a thousand amateur and professional photographers from around the globe to win the title of Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013.

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Timothée TIRMANT's curator insight, January 15, 2015 7:38 AM

Congrats to Mark Gee for his beautiful astronomy's photos !!

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Amateur photographer captures incredible close-up images of the sun

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Ralph Smith from Deeral in Queensland, Australia has been photographing the sun for around 14-months. An Amateur astronomer captured this incredible image of the sun from his GARDEN in Australia.

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Art from Mars - the best pictures

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NASA rovers Spirit and Opportunity have spent a decade photographing the Red Planet. Here are their most awe-inspiring shots, from space blueberries to crater sunset.

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How Astronauts Nearly Missed Taking the Iconic Earthrise Photo on Christmas Eve, 1968

How Astronauts Nearly Missed Taking the Iconic Earthrise Photo on Christmas Eve, 1968 | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Forty-five years ago today, Christmas Eve 1968, astronauts Frank Borman, James Lovell, and William Anders saw something no human had ever seen before—our planet as it appeared to rise over the moon's horizon.

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