All images on this page are copyright by Don Dixon
Don Dixon began his artistic career in the 1970s, creating animation to illustrate NASAs early missions to the planets. He has been a guest of NASA at several space exploration "firsts", such as the Viking 1 landing on Mars and the Pioneer 11 flyby of Saturn, for which he designed the mission logo. Like all in the field, Mr. Dixon was influenced by the work of Chesley Bonestell, who believed that scientific accuracy was essential in the astronomical art genre. He stays abreast of developments in physics and astronomy by consulting with prominent scientists as he illustrates their latest discoveries for popular publications.
Visit Don Dixon's web site for more.
Scroll down to see all images