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Photo 4 Jul 1,204 notes transistoradio:

Personal work by Moebius, published in Quatre-vingt huit (Casterman, 1990), p. 51.

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Personal work by Moebius, published in Quatre-vingt huit (Casterman, 1990), p. 51.

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Cyber Punk Girl by Jared Krichevsky

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Cyber Punk Girl by Jared Krichevsky

Photo 23 May 7 notes 
NIF laser fusion target (more info)
Photo 23 May 204 notes murderclaus:

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Photo 23 May 26 notes benmaurodesign:

Here was the ‘naked’ view of the exosuit and a more matte form view with some of the ports that the entity plugs into….might be getting a little too ‘techy’ with organic part lines and things, but can always tone it down a bit when it gets refined or in the closeup…. Think i will do more of a VFX shot next on how the suit reacts/activates when the lifeform starts getting in before getting back to some of the story moments.

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Here was the ‘naked’ view of the exosuit and a more matte form view with some of the ports that the entity plugs into….might be getting a little too ‘techy’ with organic part lines and things, but can always tone it down a bit when it gets refined or in the closeup…. Think i will do more of a VFX shot next on how the suit reacts/activates when the lifeform starts getting in before getting back to some of the story moments.

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Photo 13 Apr 1,026 notes scienceisbeauty:

Ferrofluid on top of a strong magnet forms peaks which follow the magnetic field.
Source: Magnetorheological Fluid, Texas Materials Institute and Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin.
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Photo 13 Apr 446 notes s-c-i-guy:

Sea peach fluorescence
Sea peaches (Halocynthia aurantium) are of the order Stolidobranchia, making them a sub-classification of Tunicates. Sea peaches are commonly found in the northern Pacific ocean, ranging from the Arctic Sea south to Puget Sound, and most common in the Bering Sea at a depth of 40 to 100 metres. The sea peach is typically barrel shaped, growing to a height of 18 centimeters, and its body is attached directly to the substrate. It is usually red or orange with a smooth or wrinkled tunic. There are two siphons at the top. The sea peach is preyed upon by crabs and sea stars.
Image Credit: Alexander Semenov
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Sea peach fluorescence

Sea peaches (Halocynthia aurantium) are of the order Stolidobranchia, making them a sub-classification of Tunicates. Sea peaches are commonly found in the northern Pacific ocean, ranging from the Arctic Sea south to Puget Sound, and most common in the Bering Sea at a depth of 40 to 100 metres. The sea peach is typically barrel shaped, growing to a height of 18 centimeters, and its body is attached directly to the substrate. It is usually red or orange with a smooth or wrinkled tunic. There are two siphons at the top. The sea peach is preyed upon by crabs and sea stars.

Image Credit: Alexander Semenov

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Cnidaria, Light Sheet Microscopy

Immunostaining of planktonic Cnidari (Cnidarians). Acetylated tubulin (green), myosin (red), nuclei (blue). Image taken with ZEISS Lightsheet Z.1 during the EMBO course on Marine Animal Models in Evolution & Development, Sweden 2013. Sample courtesy of Helena Parra, Institut de Biologia Evolutiva (CSIC-Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Barcelona.

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