Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Riparrian III

The cities of Riparrian III are under geodesic domes because of its unstable,spotted sun.

Steamy, chocolate-coloured rivers like this one dot the planet.

Riparrian III is in the Taurus Constellation, only 75 light years away.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Sunsets Beach On Langosta III

A double sunset on Langosta III, only 200 light-years away in the direction of the Pisces Constellation. The desert meets the beach on this idyllic, but arid planet.

The aquamarine sea in the background sports a gigantic lobster species.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Lejos III

This distant world is 25 billion light years away. A brilliant galaxy rises in the East at dawn, far above the snow covered tundra landscape of Lejos III.

The tiny, white sun provides little light or heat for this very distant world.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Luna de Cosecha

The harvest moon shines through the ghostly tree branches on Echo III. This earth-like planet orbits a sun inside a rich cluster of stars in the Andromeda Galaxy. The golden moon is named Oro, and is almost 100% gold!

Monday, September 21, 2009

The Golden Courtyard On Cordero Prime

A curious full-moon dares to gaze into the Golden Courtyard of the Emperor's Palace on Cordero Prime. The starry skies above Cordero Prime are a crown of glory above this ancient castle--one of the Seven Wonders of the Sombrero Galaxy!

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Twin Moons

Two nearly identical moons, Seco and Seca, orbit the planet Mohava in the Whirlpool Galaxy. Mohava is a desert world that sports aqua-blue canals.

A bizarre flying saucer sails by the tranquil but alien scenery.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Traigo II

A gigantic artificial moon rises above the surreal towers of an alien city on the planet Traigo II. The planet's solar system was ejected from the Milky Way Galaxy billions of years ago, and Traigo II is doomed to wonder the emptiness of intergalactic space for all eternity.

Only one lone star dares to shine in the dark, sacred skies of this distant world.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Hephaestus III

This rich, steamy world in the Andromeda Galaxy sports a gigantic dormant volcano. Mount Hephaestus covers over 500 square miles and rises 200 miles in the air. The volcano spawns dozens of enormous, but lazy rivers like this one. Two warm suns complete the alien scenery!

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Aldebaran Dawn

Dark red Aldebaran gazes at a nameless planet in the early morning sky. Two smoky volcanoes have made an ocean of mud in the foreground. Strange, ghostlike faces haunt the skies of the forbidding planet.

Aldebaran is only 65 light-years away, it is the 'eye' of the Taurus Constellation!

City Of Gems

Kaleidiscopia City is known as The City Of Gems. The graceful, jewelled towers of the capital city of Cordero Prime act as a beacon of hope to countless quadrillions. The Emerald Tower on the right is almost 10 miles tall!

Cordero Prime circles a double star, deep inside the Sombrero Galaxy.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009


This planet in the Whirlpool Galaxy sports a red ocean of liquid ammonia. A rare eclipse of Quieroque's red dwarf sun brings out its many stars. The temperature is a very cold -225 degrees! Bizarre yellow-green bacteria covers the hills in the distance.

Life is very strong. Life is very patient and very persistent. Life is everywhere!

Monday, September 7, 2009

The Stars Like Dusto

Dusto is an earth-like planet in the Whirlpool Galaxy that is surrounded by thousands of stars less than one light-year away. The post-industrial landscape of Dusto glows red at night from its many neighbors!

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Dawn Of The Great Calamity

A wicked sun begins to rise in Surreal Park. It is the dawn of the Great Calamity!