Elsewhere: Bringing the Tatooine Sky to Earth

Have you ever wondered what the sky would look like if our moon were larger? Say, the size of Jupiter or Uranus? Ron Miller did. As a conceptual space artist and former art director at the National Air & Space Museum, Miller used a personal photograph and swapped out our moon for the other planets in our solar system. The results are astounding, reminding me of Tatooine’s sky from Star Wars. Check out Miller’s art photography featured at FastCoDesign.com.

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About Erin Straza

Erin Straza (Associate Editor) is a freelance writer, editor, and marketing communications consultant, helping organizations tell their stories in authentic and compelling ways. After a stint in corporate marketing while earning her MBA, Erin taught marketing communications at Illinois Wesleyan and Illinois State. She is crafting her first book, writing from the Illinois flatlands where she lives with her husband, Mike. Find more from Erin at her blog Filling My Patch of Sky and on Twitter @ErinStraza.
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