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Eternal Watchman
Eternal Watchman

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Posted: 2004-February-01 at 11:55am | IP Logged  

Frank Hettick has contributed 4 new images to the archive area. They are entitled "Dawn in the Vega System", "Blues for Neptune", "Eclipse of Rigel A" and "Martian Storm". As you can tell, these images cover a wide variety of subject matter and each includes a lengthy and detailed description. They are the first 4 images on the page, which can be accessed via this direct link. For larger versions and even more images, checkout the Sky-High Gallery!
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Celestial Watchman
Celestial Watchman

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Oh yes, Frank is an extremely gifted artist-all of his works sort of take on a 3D appearance.  His descriptions are exceptional.  I think that all of us really appreciate his interest in us.  Jan
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Cosmic Enigma
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I especially like "Eclipse of Rigel A" and "Martian Storm". Great stuff

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