Ares I-X Complete
Standing tall at its fully assembled height of 327 feet, the Ares I-X is one of the largest rockets ever processed in the Vehicle Assembly Building’s High Bay 3, Super Stack 5 at the Kennedy Space Center.
Ares I-X rivals the height of the Apollo Program’s 364-foot-tall Saturn V. Five super stacks make up the rocket’s upper stage that is integrated with the four-segment solid rocket booster first stage. Ares I-X is the test vehicle for the Ares I, which is part of the Constellation Program to return humans to the moon and beyond.
The Ares I-X flight test currently is targeted for Oct. 31.
My dad is a PM on this project….SOOOO AWESOME!!
Graphics of The Illustrated Bill of Rights in Motion!
The Illustrated Bill of Rights by Philip Bell
A series of posters and motion video installation illustrating the Bill of Rights in graphic radial patterns compased of pictograms pertaining to each of the ten rights that compose the Bill of Rights.
Awarded “Best in Show” for graphic design at the MCA ‘09 commencement show!
16 is another work by Suman Vaze
The sum of the perpendicular distances from any point within an equilateral triangle to the sides of the triangle is fixed. To depict this, I have divided the big triangle into several smaller equilateral triangles. In this triangle, the sum of the perpendicular distances is 16, hence the title.