Hi there bloggies, hello and welcome to what is no September. Summer is over, at least in the UK anyway, rain has fallen in huge great floods at times and my roof sprung a leak. All this frivolity as well as work taking up valuable time has been keeping me from posting. With this also … Continue reading Blog Orbit – Blog Date September 2020
Hi there bloggies, hello and welcome to March the 237th or in other words - August. That alone is quite a staggering thought, this is August. I mean, what happened? How is this even possible?The good thing is that no one put water on a mogwai.... if that's even how you spell it. So what … Continue reading Blog Orbit – Blog Date August 2020
This composite image, made from six frames, shows the International Space Station, with a crew of five on board, in silhouette as it transits the Sun at roughly five miles per second, Wednesday, June 24, 2020, from Fredericksburg, Va. On board are Expedition 63 NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy, Douglas Hurley, Robert Behnken, and Roscosmos cosmonauts … Continue reading The Space Station’s Solar Transit | NASA
As of June 2020, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory – SDO – has now been watching the Sun non-stop for over a full decade. From its orbit in space around Earth, SDO has gathered 425 million high-resolution images of the Sun, amassing 20 million gigabytes of data over the past 10 years. This information has enabled … Continue reading Watch a 10-Year Time Lapse of Sun From NASA’s SDO | NASA
Hello there bloggies. I can't believe well here we are, we've arrived in July, it's been more than a little bumpy getting here but it seems that we've arrived and this really weird year isn't really giving up on all it's little... quirks shall we say. Let's all hope this doesn't happen: Because that would … Continue reading Blog Orbit – Blog Date July 2020
I've been playing with overlays again. This time I've overlayed the Gargantua black hole from Interstellar. What do ya think? I might try getting more daring with these... See what I can find.
Hello there bloggies. I can't believe it's June - what the hell happened to May? It feels like March the 123rd or something to me. Some bright spark the other day put up the weeks remaining until Christmas - I won't put it here for inducing the same anger in anyone that reads it. But … Continue reading Blog Orbit – Blog Date June 2020
Hello there bloggies. These interesting times keep going on and despite the fact that many are currently not able to work - I find that I've never been busier. Hence that's why this blog orbit is late in arriving. Very late in fact, I like to get these out on day 1 or at least … Continue reading Blog Orbit – Blog Date May 2020
The Alien saga has been full of questions since it started way back in the 1970's where an unknown Alien ship full of eggs leads to almost an entire crew being wiped out by a malevolent aggressive creature that sought to kill all that it found. The original alien ship had remains of a large … Continue reading Alien Covenant – A Sci-Fi film that could have been more
Hello there bloggies. Well isn't this interesting, only four weeks ago it seemed like I was a free person and indeed many of us still were. Now most of the world is on lockdown and we're... oh you know I don't need to bore you with it you know it.I promise I won't mention the … Continue reading Blog Orbit – Blog Date April 2020
I'm going to try and not make this post too much about this damn Corona Virus thing, I'm sick of it if I'm really thruthful. But it's not the CV itself that's giving the real beef it's the shitshow that's ensued that's really bothering me. If your eyes or mind is delicate move along, I'm … Continue reading Let's keep out shit together – It's not over yet!
The human race has bourne great writers an philosophers, with quotes that have inspired and educated in difficult times.One of these is Douglas Adams who came up with this: He also came up with another visionary principle - Don't forget your towel. Could use useful if the bog roll runs out.Keep safe bloggies!