The art of anticipation: How animation depicted the possibilities of space exploration
Bracegirdle, J. (2008) The art of anticipation: How animation depicted the possibilities of space exploration. In: Visualising Space: Animating the Universe, National Space Centre, Leicester. , 10th June, 2008. [Unpublished]
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During the 1950s Animation was one of the primary ways in which the possibilities of space travel and exploration were depicted. The focus of the paper was primarily on American outputs such as Disney’s Man in Space (1955) and the work of Chesley Bonestell.
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