Space Art Limited Edition Prints
BLUES FOR NEPTUNE
by Bob Eggleton
Painted after attending the Voyager 2 encounter with Neptune in 1989, Bob used blues and purples to convey the ultimate chill of standing on Triton, the coldest moon in the solar system.
Although seen as a bright object in Voyager photos, in reality the sunlight at Neptune's distance is as feeble as moonlight is here on Earth. An "ice volcano" erupts in the distance.
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