Chesley Bonestell's "Stone Architecture on Mars, Demonstrating Mar's Two-Thirds Less Gravity Than Earths."

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Chesley Bonestell's "STONE ARCHITECTURE ON MARS, DEMONSTRATING MARS' TWO-THIRDS LESS GRAVITY THAN EARTH'S."
Published in: Ley & Von Braun's The Exploration of Mars, 1956,



a)  Alert
When this painting by Chesley Bonestell called "STONE ARCHITECTURE ON MARS, DEMONSTRATING MARS' TWO-THIRDS LESS GRAVITY THAN EARTH'S." came up for auction at Sotheby's, it was assumed that it would sell from $8,000 — $10,000 but curiously it sold for $125,000. The images that Sothebys had on the internet were usually greyed down and pixilated, but they also had one that could but accessed that was considerably very detailed.

Near colourless version of Chesley Bonestell's 
"STONE ARCHITECTURE ON MARS, DEMONSTRATING MARS' TWO-THIRDS LESS GRAVITY THAN EARTH'S."   
(source: http://www.sothebys.com/…/space-exploration-n09…/lot.25.html)
b) See: STONE ARCHITECTURE ON MARS, huntdown? (Andrew Currie's exploration)






https://alienexplorations.blogspot.com/2019/03/ralph-mcquarries-cantina-scene-abd.html
Cantine scene by Ralph McQuarrie for Star Wars (film released 1977)


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e) Alien: Giger's Landscape (work 385) by HR Giger (1978) references Chesley Bonestell's "Stone Architecture on Mars, Demonstrating Mar's Two-Thirds Less Gravity Than Earths."?

 
https://alienexplorations.blogspot.com/2019/03/aliengigers-landscape-work-385-by-hr.html

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