A boiling hot moon made from lava circles a 'hot Jupiter' type planet that is very close to its blue giant sun. The planet rotates the sun in only three days. This nameless planet is in our galaxy in the Delta Quadrant.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Saturday, September 27, 2008
Saturday, September 20, 2008
Friday, September 19, 2008
Termiticus is home to an alien race that is a curious mixture of termite and human. The planet is only 20 light years away.
The Termiticans build huge towers that house over a 100 billion souls. The Termiticans also construct artificial moons that encircle their world like a black pearl necklace. Each of these moons contains trillions of beings.
They lost a brutal interstellar war with humans in 2110 and destroyed the planet Saturn with one of their Queen Ships. They never bothered humans again.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Thursday, September 11, 2008
The red and green, tropical Tethys Sea covered most of central Europe during the Mesozoic. You can see a volcano on Gondwanaland on the horizon. It was a beautiful day here, the water was about 90 degrees and full of pleisosaurs!
An orange giant star rises above a crater wall on Seranna IV. The star is in the Small Magellanic Cloud. A red moon also glows in the dark skies. Seranna IV is dead now but gave birth to a galactic civilization in its distant past. Soon the star will grow into a red giant and consume the ancient planet.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Monday, September 8, 2008
A bloated, grotesque sun rises over the remains of the Himalaya Mountains about a billion years from now. Malignant sunspots disfigure the sun's face. The earth is searing hot, almost 800 degrees! Lava and sulfurous geysers shape the landscape now. The human race abandoned the planet eons ago to colonize billions of other planets.
Saturday, September 6, 2008
A pale moon rises through the Rings Of Tranquila. The planet is located in the Hydrox Galaxy; it is one of the most beloved planets in the universe. Tranquila is 24 billion light years away. The famous Bridge Of Sighs over Pacifica Bay is at left. The majestic Red Comet graces the evening skies in the upper right.
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Morning on Altama in the Cyclops Galaxy about 2 billion years ago. The red sky is mostly methane. Wispy green clouds of formaldehyde drift by. The Altamaians are very proud of their capital city Kaleidiscopia. The photo was taken in their industrial era. They eventually went on to colonize millions of planets in their galaxy before dying out millions of years ago. Altamaians would consider our atmosphere poisonous!