Lead guitarist of Queen, Brian May has shared a special art work of himself on his official Instagram page.

He said:

“Thank you Sandra Muller @caffeinatedpaint for this lovely art work. To many of you folks, this will immediately strike a chord. But, by way of explanation, what Sandra has done is illustrate myself plugging in to the New Horizons space probe, which at present is located over 4,000,000,000 miles away from planet Earth.

He continued:

The picture has a nice symbolic meaning, because we did actually beam my New Horizons track out to the space vehicle on New Year’s Day. Brilliant ! 💥💥💥💥 Sandra’s Dad, Tod Lauer, is one of NASA’s top experts in astro image processing.

Much of what we see in those beautiful images of Pluto and Ultimata Thule from the New Horizons Mission are due to Tod’s skills in extracting and refining the data sent back to Earth from that tiny speeding machine – about the size and shape of a grand piano, and in the 13th year of its journey, still heading outwards towards the stars. “

Check out the photo below.

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Thank you Sandra Muller @caffeinatedpaint for this lovely art work. To many of you folks, this will immediately strike a chord. But, by way of explanation, what Sandra has done is illustrate myself plugging in to the New Horizons space probe, which at present is located over 4,000,000,000 miles away from planet Earth. The picture has a nice symbolic meaning, because we did actually beam my New Horizons track out to the space vehicle on New Year’s Day. Brilliant ! 💥💥💥💥 Sandra’s Dad, Tod Lauer, is one of NASA’s top experts in astro image processing. Much of what we see in those beautiful images of Pluto and Ultimata Thule from the New Horizons Mission are due to Tod’s skills in extracting and refining the data sent back to Earth from that tiny speeding machine – about the size and shape of a grand piano, and in the 13th year of its journey, still heading outwards towards the stars. Bri

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