Issue #05 | Cosmos (Print)
The Cosmos issue investigates the history and technologies of seeing beyond Earth's atmosphere. From Mayan and pre-Christian civilizations to Hubble Space Telescope. From one astrochemist's re-thinking of the Periodic Table of Elements to Space Tourism.
Contents of this issue: Dimming the Lights: Astronomy and light pollution, S. Kardel | What the Wise Men Saw In the Sky, M.R. Molnar | Maya Ethnoastronomy, S. Milbrath | The Chemical Elements in the Cosmos, K. Lodders | Exploring Mars and the Moon Using Google Earth, R.A. Beyer | The Use of Color in Interstellar Message Design, K.A. Jameson & J. Lomberg | Seeing Titan: Mapping Saturn's moon with infrared technology, J.W. Barnes | RetroSpect: 1880-1911 - Williamina Fleming Catalogs the Stars, C. Arcabascio | RetroSpect: 1757 - The Aerial Telescope | Seeing the Universe Through a Straw: The Hubble Space Telescope, C.M. Bielmeier | $25 Million a Ride: A real view of space tourism, C.J. Wallington | Unberührtes Muster (Pristine Patterns), A. Vaun | (Re)Views: From A Trip to the Moon (1902) to Moon (2009), I. Moylan
GLIMPSE is an interdisciplinary journal that examines the functions, processes, and effects of vision and its implications for being, knowing, and constructing our world(s). Each theme-focused issue features articles, visual spreads, interviews, and reviews spanning the physical sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.