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A Cosmic View Mural (Robert McCall)
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The space mural-a cosmic view, 1976; depiction of birth of universe; planets Saturn and Mars and asteroids; figure of an American astronaut on surface of Moon with lunar module and second astronaut in background; orbiting command and service module; vertical section depicts rising sun, galaxies and the Milky Way.
<i>A Cosmic View</i> Mural (Robert McCall)
Our Place in the Cosmos
Impact or Innovation
This mural represents the optimistic imagination of space exploration.
Artist Robert McCall created this mural for the opening of this Museum in 1976. Celebrating the recent landing of humans on the Moon, it suggests the first steps toward an exploration of the vast reaches of space.
Robert T. McCall
Country of Origin
United States of America
Painting, Mural, acrylic on canvas
2-D - Unframed (H x W) (Mural): 1783.1 x 2286cm (58 ft. 6 in. x 75 ft.)
National Air and Space Museum
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