Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Peluche III is a lush, jungle-world, right on the very edge of the Black--Eyed Galaxy. Giant cicadas buzz in the late-afternoon heat. Ruins of an ancient civilization lie scattered about.
Peluche III's red sun burns in the intensely humid skies of this very sultry, green world!
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
The Calabaza sun sinks behind some trees in a park on this world in the Sombrero Galaxy. Calabaza is a 'suburb' of Cordero Prime, and is only a few light-years away from the Homeworld. It is a very crowded world, but also very rich with an alien beauty.
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Two giant starships from Cordero Prime sail through the dusty skies of Ciudad del Planeta. This world is also covered with one enormous city, much like Cordero Prime. The population of Ciudad Planeta is well over 100 quadrillion!
Saturday, July 17, 2010
Two survey ships from Cordero Prime sail above an ocean of oil on the planet Omicron II in the Sombrero Galaxy. Omicron II orbits a blue-giant star on the edge of the Sombrero Galaxy. The reddish sea foams with bubbles of methane and toluene.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
A red-giant star dawns over an oily ocean of petrochemicals on the planet Mar de Aceite in the Sombrero Galaxy. Reddish clouds of methane and benzene race across the morning sky.
A scout ship from the Corderan Empire flies overhead in the alien skies of this distant world.
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Phosphorescent flowers bloom under a million midnight stars on the planet Briyante III. This garden-like planet is located near the very heart of the Milky Way Galaxy, in the constellation Sagittarius.
A lone moon called El Solo hangs low on the horizon in the starry sky.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Rich blooms from every part of the Milky Way Galaxy grow in the Garden of Paradise on the planet Briyante III. The Garden has been cultivated for over 100,000 years and stretches onward for over 6,000 miles.
The two suns of Briyante III hide behind some clouds in the electric blue sky.
Thursday, July 8, 2010
Summers last for 25 years on Briyante III, near the center of the Milky Way. This very beautiful planet is one of the gems of the Milky Way, and rivals Earth with its great richness. Briyante III circles two blue suns, at a distance of 400 million miles. Exotic alien plants and flowers bloom during its nearly endless Summer.
Briyante III is a planet of inner peace, contemplation and great serenity!
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
The sun turns to bronze in the Summer skies of Venusia City! The planet Venusia is the sizzling sibling of Cordero Prime, in the Sombrero Galaxy. Massive tidal waves wash over the planet at sunrise and sunset. Venusia City is a city of canals and waterways. Most of the city is built on stilts.
Three spaceships from Cordero Prime buzz overhead toward the setting sun.