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Space Jelly

Oil, Phosphorescence & Rare Earth Elements Painting

48" x 60"

You are looking at one painting. The top image is how you would enjoy it during the day.  However it absorbs light through the day, so in the evening it will illuminate as shown in the bottom photograph.  Cool? Cool!


IC433 and S2-248 are the remains of a supernova nebula dancing with an emissions nebula. IC433 is one of the best studied interactions of a supernovas interactions with surrounding molecular clouds. It is roughly 5,000 light years from earth.

Fun fact; 2,000 jellyfish were sent into space to see how they handled zero gravity. They reacted by reproducing 60,000 babies. Unfortunately the new Space Jellies did not function properly upon returning to earth.

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