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Tom Schreiber
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Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres’ 1814 “La Grande Odalisque” was criticized during its time for a lack of anatomical accuracy #bornonthisday
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" This video puts the scale of the solar system into real perspective by showing how it takes you pass through the solar system at the speed of light.
Light travels 299,792,458 m/s, and it takes just over 45 minutes from the surface of the sun to reach Jupiter. This video takes you past the planets at lightspeed, and it shows off just how long it takes to get around the solar system.
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The sheer size of the solar system is difficult to comprehend, but this serves as a great reminder that we’re very, very tiny in the grand scheme of things." 
Space is really, really big, and there’s been a couple of great videos out there that show off the relative size of objects. This video puts the scale of the solar system into real perspective by showing how it takes you pass through the solar system at the speed of light.
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Pluto has sent a love note back to Earth via our New Horizons spacecraft, which has traveled more than 9 years and 3+ billion miles. This is the last and most detailed image of Pluto sent to Earth before the moment of closest approach, which was at 7:49 a.m. EDT today. Images from the #PlutoFlyby will be processed and released on Wednesday, July 15. More to come! 
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Cliffs and craters are among the new interesting features captured in an image by New Horizons. As we get closer to Tuesday’s #PlutoFlyby, we continue to learn more and more about the dwarf planet. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1Jd9T0C 
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How does a planet so small and so far from the sun have an atmosphere? Today’s Pluto in a Minute video explains: http://go.nasa.gov/1JMz53V Only 7 days until #PlutoFlyby ! 
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Onward!
 
It may be hard to believe, but there is strategic value in completely letting go of work while on vacation. http://ow.ly/OHb3R
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38 years ago today, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was released in theaters and changed the galaxy forever!
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We've come a long way in understanding Pluto since its discovery by American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh in 1930. Today, thanks to our New Horizons spacecraft, the dwarf planet is cleared than ever before. http://go.nasa.gov/1Ht2uwj
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Last Look at Pluto's Charon Side
Image Credit & Copyright: +NASA, Johns Hopkins Univ./APL, Southwest Research Inst.
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Pluto surface is strange. As the robotic New Horizons barrels toward its closest approach to Pluto and its moons tomorrow, images already coming back show Pluto's surface to be curiouser and curiouser. The featured image, taken two days ago, shows the side of Pluto that always faces Pluto's largest moon Charon. Particularly noteworthy is the dark belt near the bottom that circles Pluto's equator. It is currently unclear whether regions in this dark belt are mountainous or flat, why boundaries are so sharply defined, and why the light regions seem to be nearly evenly spaced. As New Horizons will be flying past the other side of Pluto, this should be the best image of this distant landscape that humanity sees for a long time. Assuming the robotic spacecraft operates as hoped, images taken of the other side of Pluto, taken near closest approach, will be about 300 times more detailed.
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This is the first movie created by New Horizons spacecraft to reveal color surface features of Pluto and its largest moon Charon. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1Racr9B New Horizons is on track for a July 14 #PlutoFlyby.
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New images from our New Horizons mission show Pluto and its moon Charon, now in color: http://go.nasa.gov/1BBzQtC
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Tom Schreiber Artist, Co-founder, president Mathes Grant LLC, a creative boutique which applies the creative brainpower of artists to business. In 2004, Schreiber co-produced "Open Proposition: Artists for the Bill of Rights" which brought leading visual artists such as Ross Bleckner, Louise Bourgeois and Robert Rauschenberg together with supporters in the arts, entertainment, business and politics to raise awareness of the New York Bill of Rights Defense Campaign. As Creative Director, US Media Director for Culture Pundits The Arts & Culture Ad Network, Tom works with organizations ranging from the Museum of Modern Art to Tekserve to create sponsorship programs to inform the arts reader. His work with the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts syndicates the museum's Twitter feed within a widely-seen sponsorship banner allowing them to reach audiences in dynamic new ways. Tom's first explorations in 'social media' took place in his art, not online but on paper in a drawing-as-conversation social art project called "tomversations." Over 3 years, the artist made nearly 3000 interactive drawings with randomly encountered people in his travels. A series of conversational word paintings called importraits followed. His art has been shown in NY, LA and abroad. Schreiber's importrait salon in New York and Los Angeles brought together a diverse mix of people around the arts for a vibrant exchange of ideas. Guests and importrait subjects have included Daily Show creator, Lizz Winstead; Elle Magazine editor-in-chief, Robbie Myers; conceptual artist, writer and musician, Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid among others. Tom lives and works in New York City with his wife and son.
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