National Geographic : 1958 Feb
light, reveals a lava-encrusted floor pocked with Museum of Science, Boston, Massachusetts. Based on smaller meteoric craters and volcanic cinder cones. scientific studies, it is the work of Chesley Bonestell, a Devoid of air, the sky is a black curtain sequined with leading illustrator of space themes. The painting, copy the stars and planets. Our Milky Way traces a delicate right by the museum, is reproduced with the permis embroidery. The 10-by-40-foot mural stands in the sion of Dr. Bradford Washburn, museum director.