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Alan Bean — 1932 – 2018

Alan Bean, fourth man to walk on the Moon,

passed away at the age of 86 Saturday afternoon, May 26.


Tonight, we remember both the astronaut … and the artist.


Join us ….  

Richard C. Hoagland




Richard’s Items:


1-   Alan Bean, the fourth human to walk on the Moon, has died




2-  That Moon Colony Will Be a Reality Sooner Than You Think



3-  APEX offers up-close view of black hole’s event horizon












Andrew Currie’s Items:




1-AC-Glass Domes Moon









3B-  Lunar Image from the Space Archive Italy
















8 – Alan Bean’s Website


9-  Nothing So Hidden


Keith Laney Lunar Gigapan:  http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/202833

Andrew Currie

Website: acstoryboards.com

Andrew A. Currie began his artistic career as a community public artist, working with neighbourhood groups to create murals in schools and community centres. As a graphic designer and illustrator, he serviced small to large Canadian companies. For the past decade, he has worked as a storyboard artist and concept illustrator in film and television, and in commercial tv advertising. Andrew has a Bachelor of Arts from The University of British Columbia, a diploma in graphic design and illustration, and a Masters in Art Therapy.


Keith Laney

Websites:  The Hidden Mission

Keith Laney is a space image processing and anomalies specialist from Charlotte NC. He’s a husband, father, grandfather, artist, copper master, amateur space scientist and avid promoter and supporter of space exploration.

The primary passion of his life after about half the above is space imaging. His work has been featured by NASA, mainstream news organizations and planetary anomaly lovers the world over. Keith hosts a privately unequaled online collection of space imaging, planetary curiosities, his own writings and music which just celebrated its 16th anniversary.



Mars Face Sculptures:  http://kynthia.net/marsF.html

Kynthea, known in early Mars circles as “Mama Mars”  is a San Francisco Bay Area Artist and the Artistic Director for the Mars Project and Producer for The Other Side of Midnight. She sculpted the first ever Face on Mars along with the Cliff behind it that echoes from profile “face features”. This sculpture appeared on the first edition of “Monuments of Mars” by Richard C Hoagland and was later corroborated by computer analysis of Mark J. Carlotto. Then came the “Cody Mars Face” , unveiled at the Cody Conference where she contributed to discussions with other Anomalies Researchers including Richard C. Hoagland, Anthony West, Eugene Mallove, Tom Van Flandern and others.When the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) took provocative a photo of the Face on Mars she set about to sculpt the face once again, including the new data revealed in the NASA photo. That sculpture,  the ‘Malta Bronze” and was featured on a later edition of the “Monuments of Mars” book cover designed by her. Kynthea organized the first Mars Exhibit and was a Key organizer of two JPL rallies in protest of NASA’s policies. She sculpted the Face several more times, and created a 3D computer model used in Mars Face animations featured on PAX TV. Kynthea dedicated more than 17 years to studying and sculpting the Face, her interest and research of Martian anomalies span over 35 years. She delights in her two grown sons.

5 Comments so far:

  1. martin blaise says:

    Richard old son….
    Back in January, you’ll remember, you were complaining that sinister conspiratorial forces were attacking your show and forcing it off the air, “because our subject matter is too important to allow.” Now you’ve had a run of 31 shows that have been “allowed” to run. What’s the deal here? Have the sinister conspiratorial forces lost interest? Have your topics become so unimportant that nobody cares any more? Or were your original complaints bullshit cover for incompetence?

  2. martin blaise says:

    To “Anonymous”:
    All the Moonwalkers have said walking and hopping on the Moon was easy once you got used to it, not like wading in water at all.

    The Apollo 12 landing site was in Oceanus Procellarum, usually translated as “Ocean of Storms.”

  3. Anonymous says:

    Alan Bean used the words “ocean of storms” in more than one of his titles.
    In the picture entitled “That’s how it felt to walk on the moon” it looks to me like a man wading knee deep in water. Maybe walking on the moon made you feel like you were walking knee deep in some kind of invisible energy that was thick like water. (aka: orgone) and gave rise to the description of the surface being like an ocean of storms.
    Also, I wonder about the large footprints in pictures. Maybe he still had his old boots from the moon walk and the way he made those imprints on the paintings was literally by putting the picture on the floor and then standing on it while the paint was still wet. As though, in a primitive way he was trying to reconnect with those old memories by drawing the energy that those memories held, up through his feet!

  4. martin blaise says:

    The “blue blob” at #5 is damage to Mag #66 of Apollo 14. It appears on no other magazine, but on 66 it appears on the following frames:

    The last three were shot AFTER RETURN TO ORBIT.

  5. I cannot find “radio with pictures” on your website. Sorry if I’m dumb but I searched and searched.

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