The image on the left was taken by the Hubble space telescope of the Cat's Eye Nebula; an exploding star 3,000 light years away, the image was published by NASA on Oct 31, 1999.
The photo on the left was taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and was featured on NASA's Website as an Astronomy Picture of the Day last year. The image depicts the Helix Nebula, described by astronomers as a trillion-mile-long tunnel of glowing gases.
The picture on the right is the cover of Philip K.Dick's novel Eye in the Sky from 1957.
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Marcel Duchamp's Bicycle Wheel and London Eye
Duchamp called his work Bicycle Wheel "an assisted readymade". Readymade are objects manufactured for some other purpose, presented by an artist as a work of art. Marcel Duchamp, who originated this concept, selected and signed many ordinary objects. He occasionally altered these objects (sometimes called assisted readymades), which the Bicycle Wheel is a well-known example.
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