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Tom Colbie & His Astronaut Art

If there is such thing as an astronaut fetish, Tom Colbie has it. Visit his Facebook page, his Tumblr blog, his WordPress blog, you’ll see nothing but surreal images of astronauts in strange places. Astronauts in history. Astronauts interacting with fictional characters. Celebrity astronauts. Astronauts who are actually animals. Astronaut artists. Sheesh, NASA doesn’t have this many astronaut pictures. Txt Via  || Thanks eric-generic

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