How to Draw the Solar System

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The solar system is our neighborhood in outer space. It consists of our star, the Sun; eight planets; five dwarf planets; hundreds of moons; and thousands of asteroids... Read more

How to Draw an Astronaut Helmet

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Would you like to draw an astronaut? You can use this easy drawing tutorial to learn how to draw an astronaut helmet. Astronauts in spacesuits have become an indelible part of our popular culture. The spacesuits were first invented during the mid-1900s when NASA and other organizations began missions to space. They were based on suits used in deep-sea diving... Read more

How to Draw a Sun and Moon

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The sun and moon have featured in art throughout human history. In many cultures, these celestial objects were deified and worshiped as powerful gods and goddesses. This concept was later adapted to Catholic iconography, with the pope being represented by the sun and the moon representing secular governments... Read more

How to Draw a Comet

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A comet is an object made of rock and ice that orbits the Sun. When the comet's orbit brings it close to the Sun, it undergoes a process known as sublimation - its particles go directly from the solid state to a gaseous state, creating a magnificent tail... Read more

How to Draw a Telescope

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The telescope is an instrument which allows a person to see great distances, even into outer space. The word "telescope" actually means "far-seeing."... Read more

How to Draw Mars

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In our solar system, Mars is the fourth planet from the sun. It is, in many ways, similar to our own planet. Mars has clouds, wind, ice caps, canyons, volcanoes, and 24-hour days. One year on Mars lasts about 687 Earth days, twice the length of our own year. Because water (in the form of ice) is present on Mars, it is considered the most likely candidate for hosting life - human or indigenous - beyond the earth... Read more

How to Draw a Spaceship

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A UFO or unidentified flying object is "any aerial object or optical phenomenon not readily identifiable to the observer." The first UFO sighting of a "flying saucer" occurred in 1947, when a pilot reported several fast-moving objects. He described them as moving "like saucers skipping on water," and thus the flying saucer was born... Read more

How to Draw a Xenomorph Alien

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The xenomorph alien, also called Xenomorph XX121 or Internecivus raptus, is a fictional creature from the Alien film franchise. It has been included in numerous movies, comic books, video games, novels, and merchandise... Read more

How to Draw Baby Yoda from the Mandalorian

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Baby Yoda was born about the year 41 BBY, around the same time as Anakin Skywalker. He was hidden away until bounty hunters were sent to retrieve him for what was left of the Galactic Empire. The Mandalorian bounty hunter took pity on the Child, who saved his life using Force abilities, and attempted to hide him once again... Read more

How to Draw Saturn

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Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun and the second largest in our solar system. Saturn is named after Roman god of agriculture. It is located 887 million miles (1,427,000,000 kilometers) from the sun. It is so far away that it takes 29.5 Earth years for Saturn to travel around the Sun. Saturn also has seasons, but each of these lasts about seven years... Read more