It has often been said that astronomy is the oldest of the sciences. Since the beginning of human civilizations, mankind looked in bewilderment at the sky above the Earth. Throughout history, observing the universe has meant, first and foremost, speculating about its nature, wondering about its origins and its future evolution. As a consequence, representations of outer space have always mirrored specific cultural, social and even political contexts. The visualization of sky phenomena evolved along with the legends, myths and theories devised to explain the structure and laws of the universe. In this book, images of space are explored as surfaces wherein time, energy and space come together, crashing and melting within a unique object that captures them for eternity.