Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Julio II In The Whirlpool Galaxy

Another sultry, summery day on Julio II. The planet is very hot and humid because it is only 84 million miles from its sun. Violent storms have just turned the sky a menacing dark green.

Temperate and tropical rain forests cover this very rich and beautiful green world! One of the most precious gems of the Whirlpool Galaxy!

Sunday, June 28, 2009

A Sky Full Of Saucers

Dropa stone-shaped UFO's swarm in the skies of Mauikaui'i II, only 180 light-years away. The UFO's make frequent trips to Earth. Mauikaui'i II is known throughout the Milky Way Galaxy for its rich beauty!

Mauikaui'i II's lone moon is covered with a thick ocean 100 miles deep. The moon is called Quaabaha and is shown gently rising above a sleeping volcano.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

The Ancient Gardens Of Cordero Prime

Bizarre plant specimens grow outside in the ancient ruins of Cordero Prime. The Emperor's Garden is over 10,000 years old. It can boast of having many strange plants native to the Sombrero Galaxy.

The two suns of Cordero Prime, Rojo and Blanco, gaze lazily through the roof of the old ruins, while another Summer day slowly drifts by on this remarkable planet!

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Aceite II

Massive geysers of petroleum erupt on Aceite II in the Whirlpool Galaxy. Purple and yellow flames scorch the ground as the bloated red sun rises in the east.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Winter Solstice Midnight On Cordero Prime

Cordero Prime is located inside a thick cluster of stars in the Sombrero Galaxy. The midnight sky is velvet blue as millions of colourful stars, some very close, gaze down on the tranquil Winter scene.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Summer On Cordero Prime

A riot of psychedelic colours erupts each Summer at the Emperor's Garden on Cordero Prime. These surreal gardens adorn the palace grounds of this rich world in the Sombrero Galaxy!

Monday, June 15, 2009

Acobo VIII Summer Sunsrise

The planet Acobo VIII is in the Sombrero Galaxy. Acobo XVIII orbits two blue giant suns-- El Gordo and La Flaca. The smaller, darker sun is La Flaca. She has risen in the East at least an hour before her stout, slothful spouse!

Acobo VIII has a moon that is very Mars-like called Ares. It even sports two polar ice caps and a planetary desert. Ares is retrograde and about to set in the East!

Winter Dusk On Germanicus III

This planet in the Sombrero Galaxy has a red giant sun. The sky turns crimson with the Winter sunset. A monstrous, crystalline moon is already rising in the East above the bare trees.

Friday, June 12, 2009

El Gordo And La Flaca In The Sombrero Galaxy

Acobo VIII is a beautiful world orbiting two blue giant stars in the Sombrero Galaxy. The tropical planet orbits its suns at the same distance Pluto orbits our Sun. El Gordo, the larger of the two blue titans, has a girth as wide as the orbit of Mars. La Flaca gives off an alien, ultraviolet glow as she circles her portly mate.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Last Day On Nictickba II

A distant, galactic collision has resulted in a planetary calamity on Nictickba II. A Jupiter-sized planet is about to destroy this inhabited world. A bright comet heralded the arrival of the behemoth, minutes before the atmosphere was ripped away!

Monday, June 8, 2009

The Ruins Of Dijiste III

Ruins of some sort of temple were found by the first Earth colonists when they surveyed Dijiste III in the Whirlpool Galaxy, about 5,000 years from now.

Two bright suns blaze in the cerulean skies of this lonely planet.