Sun Lights
July 2017

Just as the Earth revolves around the sun, nearly all life upon the Earth revolves around and is dependent upon it. The sun feeds and powers us, its light guided the evolution of our eyes, and it illuminates our myths and metaphors. Even so, it projects damaging ultraviolet radiation, and one day it will expand into a red giant and consume us along with much of the solar system. For the next five billion or so years however, the sun will continue to warm us, regulate our circadian rhythms, and encourage us to spend long summer days at the beach. This issue looks at all the ways we relate to the sun, but also, for contrast, a few of those other lights that shine not from above but from beneath the ground -- the geothermal activity of volcanos, and the luminous colors of crystal growth.

 

 

Sun Lights
Icarus
César Pesquera
Sun Lights
The Astronomer's Sun
Simon Cartwright, Jessica Cope
Sun Lights
Solar Sinter Project
Markus Kayser
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Stormy Sun
Daniel Münter
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A Net to Catch The Light (视网膜 )
Erin Espelie
Sun Lights
Sleepless
Ellie Land
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Golden Shot
Gökalp Gönen
Sun Lights
In Defense of Pondscum
Danielle Parsons
Sun Lights
Three Light Bulbs
Min Ding
Sun Lights
Heliozoan
Sally Warring
Sun Lights
Sun Milk
Silvan Zweifel
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How We Get Our Skin Color
Laura Bonetta, Fabian De Kok-Mercado
Sun Lights
Nature's Switch
Caroline Ward, Erinma Ochu
Sun Lights
Brilliant Noise
Semiconductor
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Look at the Sun
Brent Hoff
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They Shine
Rosa Barba
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Why sunflowers follow the sun
Chris Burns
Sun Lights
Laboratory Sun
Tiago Marconi
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Without Fire
Eliza McNitt
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You Can Sunbathe in the Storm
Alice Dunseath
Sun Lights
An Aviation Field
Joana Pimenta
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