Introducing: Space Month

This July, dive head first into the cosmos
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Jun 28, 2019

“One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” 50 years ago, Neil Armstrong uttered these words, as he became the first human to truly explore space.

All throughout July, we’ll be honoring each “small step” in the long journey to understand what’s really out there—exploring how classic artists captured the cosmos on canvas, launching galactic-inspired video art, and featuring photographs taken by an astronaut in orbit (yes, you read that right).

Of course, you’ll still find new, non-space related art added throughout the month too. So keep your eyes peeled, your rockets ready, and your Canvases WiFi-connected—it’s going to be a wildly enjoyable ride.

— Poppy Simpson, Head of Curation

Buzz Aldrin on the MoonNASA
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Bill Ingalls has been bringing the agency’s work to the public eye since 1989. He’s photographed everything from the heart of a hurricane to multiple rocket launches at Cape Canaveral

Expedition 54 Soyuz MS-06 LandingBill Ingalls
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Seljalandsfoss, Southern Region, IcelandBabak Tafreshi
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Travel time and space through the lens of the Hubble Space Telescope and witness nebulas, planets, and galaxies far away.

Tarantula Nebula FragmentNASA
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Unforgettable historic photographs that capture the spirit of space exploration.

Great Sand Dunes National Monument, ColoradoEmory Kristof
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After we saw the visual music video for Kacey Musgrave’s “Oh What a World,” we asked motion designer Jeremy McKeehen (aka Trippyogi) to create a Meural Exclusive series inspired by space.

Crystal FieldTrippyogi
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