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Path to Mars #959: Space Comics

Space Comics hold a special place in the history of space art. Although many were originally heavily influenced by early sci-fi novels, there are so many branches of space/art comics now that it’s easy to satisfy any space tooth, be … Continue reading

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Path to Mars #961: Think Like a Spider

Do you ever find yourself stretching ideas like strands of silk, to see how far they could possibly go? Have you ever imagined connecting seemingly disparate ideas into a fantastic network of gossamer engineering? If you are the type of … Continue reading

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Path to Mars #962: Space Camp for Artists

Whew! After a very busy and intense couple of months of Space Studies at International Space University in Florida, I’ve landed back in Canada with my head stuffed full of new¬† ideas and a boatload of new (mostly engineering) friends … Continue reading

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