This is my entry for May's Blog Battle - the theme or word for this month is Airtight. There was no light, just the darkness of the space around him. The only sensation that Mitchell knew was his breath. In... out... in... out. Thank God I'm breathing his mind started coming around. Then there were … Continue reading Capsule Echo
Planet Simon - Me and the World Hi there bloggies! I've been quiet these last couple of weeks and I've been thoughtful. That's why this post is out on a Wednesday rather than the usual Monday, I wanted to ping something out becasue if I'm honest - I have no idea what the hell I'm … Continue reading Planet Simon’s Weekly Orbit – Blog Date 21-2019
Hi there bloggies! Over there it's a public, holiday the first of two that happen in May, just because it's May. It's kinda nice really. But that also means there's logistical challenges to getting getting the weekly orbit out. But here we are and it's going well!How are all your Monday's? What challenges do you … Continue reading Planet Simon’s Weekly Orbit – Blog Date 20-2019
World building is hard at the best of times, creating news worlds, rules people, inventing a new society with all it rules is quite a challenge. As a writer this world there for the reader to discover in stories and through characters. This world need to be consistent in all the stories that are written, … Continue reading Fictioneering – The Power of Consistency
A camera on the Insight's robotic arm snapped the photos on April 24 and 25, the 145th Martian day, or sol, of the mission. In local Mars time, the shots were taken starting around 5:30 a.m. and then again starting around 6:30 p.m. As a bonus, a camera under the lander's deck also caught clouds … Continue reading InSight Captures Sunrise and Sunset on Mars | NASA
Hi there bloggies! Over there it's a public, holiday the first of two that happen in May, just because it's May. It's kinda nice really. But that also means there's logistical challenges to getting getting the weekly orbit out. But here we are and it's going well!How are all your Monday's? What challenges do you … Continue reading Planet Simon’s Weekly Orbit – Blog Date 19-2019
This is another great post from Steph of the Irresponsible Blogger. What lies at the edge of the universe?
What lies at the very end of creation and is it the end? It’s inspiring!
I’m Mesmerized… Guys this post is a long one but stay with me!!♥️♥️🌹
Ya know what it is for me…I NEED to understand infinite. When we talk INFINITE, forever, never-ending..it triggers the word ‘recycle” in my mind. I immediately begin to ask myself WHERE does our universe end. Through intricate calculations using Astrophysics, Astrologists have determined that there could indeed be an ending to our universe BUT this “ending” would be located no closer than 46 BILLION LIGHT-YEARS from our own galaxy. (I know many Astrologists prefer Parsecs which is basically just working with a larger number of light-years- like 3.26 light-years-but those numbers go way over my head so I stick to the basic “distance of light traveled over a year” light-year)Now we already know that 1 light-year is about 5.9 trillion miles so let’s multiply 46,000,000,000 by 5,900,000,000,000 and what the flip is that number!
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The Pale Blue Dot represents a goal not just point of light. When man can look back and see that same pale blue dot with his own eyes, it's will be the first step in truly understanding the place of humanity in the universe.