Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 20, 2014
A NASA spacecraft designed to track Earth’s water in one of its most important, but least recognized forms - soil moisture - now is at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, to begin final preparations for launch in January. The Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) spacecraft arrived Wednesday at its launch site on California’s central coast after traveling from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Labo
For some reason little Frei wanted a jump shot. And not just a let’s-hold-you-in-a-jumping-pose-and-comp-my-hands-out jump. No. A full-on let’s-throw-you-in-the-air-countless-times-until-we-get-a-good-looking-jump-shot. And please-get-out-of-the-frame-while-you’re-at-it.
#inktober day 20: A Fungus Contemplating the Self
#doodle #drawing #sketches #freehand