NASA's Art Contest For Kids Yields Results Impressive and Adorable

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NASA's Langley Research Center held an art contest for K–12 students in the Hampton Roads Virginia Area. This year's theme was "The Future Is Now." "The idea was for young artists to take technologies that once seemed far away and explore how they were becoming reality today," said Kristina Ruhlman, LaRC outreach specialist.

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Illustration for article titled NASAs Art Contest For Kids Yields Results Impressive and Adorable

First place went to 11th grader Rachel Pike's "The Rainbow Nebula," which appears above. The other entries, while not as aesthetically refined, make up for it with imaginative gusto. Check out the full lineup at the NASA LaRC Art Contest flickr pool.

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Illustration for article titled NASAs Art Contest For Kids Yields Results Impressive and Adorable

Sophia O'Conner – Kindergarten Honorable Mention

Illustration for article titled NASAs Art Contest For Kids Yields Results Impressive and Adorable

Savannah Gizaw – First Place, 2nd Grade

Illustration for article titled NASAs Art Contest For Kids Yields Results Impressive and Adorable
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Angela Preisach – First Place, 3rd Grade

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My just turned 19 year-old oldest child/oldest biological daughter made this. (I think it looks like a young Carl Sagan - be she and everyone else say it's Lego fan art....)