Silver Aluminum Print,
40″ x 56″,
From the Stella Series, Unuk is the brightest star in the Serpens Constellation of the northern hemisphere recorded by 2nd-century astronomer Ptolemy. The layers of blue color throughout reflect its Latin name, Cor Serpentis “the Heart of the Serpent”. White lines and markings follow the trajectory of Unuk’s movement as well as the neighboring planets and stars. The galactic location including right ascension, declination and apparent magnitude is described in astronomical-specific mathematical information. Unuk is 74 light-years away from earth.