for “A Tale of Two Pulsars’ Tails,” B. Posselt et al. (2017)

illustrations for “A Tale of Two Pulsars’ Tails” for Dr. Bettina Posselt, et al. (2017); digital painting; About this piece: These scenes are meant to depict the interactions between pulsars, winds, and associated nebulae, in systems of varying geometry. For more, please see this Penn State News article: http://news.psu.edu/story/445639/2017/01/17/tale-two-pulsars-tails-plumes-offer-geometry-lessons-astronomers

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Nahks Tr'Ehnl

Combining life-long passions for astronomy and visual arts, Nahks is a multimedia specialist for the Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics at The Pennsylvania State University. His primary interests are astrobiology and human space exploration, and he aims to share those through science communication — art, writing, education & public outreach, ... and most recently, video games. Nahks trains in Kokikai-ryu Aikido with the Penn State Aikido Club and studies Urasenke-style Japanese tea ceremony through the Penn State Tea Institute. He also practices a bit of classic East-Asian inkbrush painting and calligraphy, among other medieval-recreation activities related to being a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism. He's kind of a sci-fi/fantasy geek in general, who's also into a lot of tabletop and computer gaming.

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