Wordless Wednesday: Man Enters the Cosmos at the Adler Planetarium
This sundial sculpture outside the Adler Planetarium, titled Man Enters the Cosmos, celebrates the nation’s space program. At the time the sculpture was commissioned by the Trustees of the B. F. Ferguson Fund and created by Henry Moore in 1980, that program had already sent men to the moon and probes to Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
NASA, The Ten-Year-Old and I can’t wait to see what’s next.
- “How do astronauts brush their teeth in space?” (Caterpickles)
What are you thinking?