Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Sunday, August 29, 2010
El Lago V circles three blue suns on the edge of the Sombrero Galaxy. Terrestrial planets around triple stars are extremely rare--and beautiful. The planet is privately owned by the Corderan Royal Family.
Emperor Panceta himself is piloting the blue spaceship, as it prepares to land on the edge of a crater lake. The emperor likes to spend the last month of Summer visiting his favourite planets in the Empire.
Friday, August 27, 2010
A crescent, icy moon named Hiello sails through the starry skies of Kaleidicopia City on the planet Cordero Prime. Over 50,000 stars are within 10 light years of this planet in the Sombrero Galaxy.
About one-half of the stars in the Sombrero Galaxy support some type of life, much like the Milky Way Galaxy.
This Universe is drenched with Life; the stars themselves hum with the Joy of Existence and Being...!
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
A massive colony ship from Cordero Prime begins orbiting an earth-like planet around Tau Ceti. The colony ship is over 200,000 miles wide, and contains over 1 trillion people!
The Corderan Empire in the Sombrero Galaxy can boast of over 1,000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000 citizens, and must conquer nearby galaxies to survive.
The earth-like planet is named Tierra Neuava. It sports a very tropical climate and two small moons!
Monday, August 23, 2010
A crescent Pacífica rises over the planet Atlantica just as their sun, Epsilon Eridani, slips below the horizon of a shallow sea. Both planets are covered with water, and rotate around each other as they orbit their sun. Epsilon Eridani is only 10.5 light years away...
Life blossoms on these worlds as it does on Earth, the entire Milky Way Galaxy hums with life... and great beauty.
Epsilon Eridani is a sun-like star, only 10.5 light-years away. It sports twin water worlds--Atlantica and Pacífica. Both worlds orbit each other and both support a very rich marine ecosystem in their salty seas...
A colony ship from Cordero Prime buzzes above Pacífica, looking for life. Its next stop will be Earth!
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Thursday, August 19, 2010
A moon named Rosada de la Luna rises over a palace made from pure gold on the planet Cordero Prime. Nine moons orbit this planet, located deep in the heart of the Sombrero Galaxy. Millions of nearby stars shine in the midnight sky as a trio of flying saucers zooms overhead.
The Gold Palace is over 10,000 years old. It rises exactly 33.3333333 miles overhead, and is the tallest building in the known Universe.
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
A warm, early Fall day ends on the planet Quinientos III in the Sombrero Galaxy. This planet orbits a blue sun, but is very earth-like. All vegetation on Quinientos III bursts into intense hues during the first few weeks of Autumn.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
The green sky and blue sun of Kaleidiscopia City are known throughout the civilized Universe. The Great City in the Sombrero Galaxy is both strangely familiar and strangely alien at the same time. The so-called City of Dreams sports a population of over 850 trillion people!
Saturday, August 14, 2010
Riomundo II has a satellite much like Earth's except it is very green and rich with life. Río Luna rises over one of the many river systems on Riomundo II.
The Andromeda Galaxy is also very fertile with life. The galaxy contains almost 100,000.000 worlds similar to Riomundo II.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
A full moon named Mariah rises over the Bridge of Sighs on the planet Sureño III. This very earth-like planet in the Sombrero Galaxy is at a mid-20th Century level in its development. Survey ships from the Corderan Empire visit its skies very often...
How rich with Life this Universe is! Life is Everywhere!
Monday, August 9, 2010
Sunday, August 8, 2010
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Extremely intense aurora displays occur every evening on the planet Rio Planeta in the Andromeda Galaxy. Rio Planeta rotates around a twin planet once a day, creating immense electro-magnetic storms.
Nights are seldom dark above Rio City. The capital of Rio Planeta is often plagued by horrific tornadoes and hurricanes. Rio City is densely populated. Its population is almost 100 million.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
An earth-like planet named Rio Planeta rises over its fraternal twin world--Seco Planeta. Both worlds spin around a double star-system on the edge of the Andromeda Galaxy.
Seco Planeta is covered with a red, orange and yellow coloured desert. It is mostly uninhabitated.
Rio Planeta is a very wet world of 10 billion people. The planet can boast of hundreds of rivers and small reddish seas. Both planets lack oceans and ice caps.
Monday, August 2, 2010
Rio Planeta's fraternal twin rises over El Rio de Sueños in the early Summer evening. Both worlds rotate around each other once a day as they orbit a double-star system in the Andromeda Galaxy.
The two siblings have nothing else in common. Rio Planeta is very humid and fertile, while Seco Planata is dry and nearly lifeless.
Sunday, August 1, 2010
Two blue suns set behind the skyline of Rio City on the planet Rio Planeta. This very stormy planet on the edge of the Andromeda Galaxy sports hundreds of major rivers.
A red airboat speeds away from Rio City, across the mutli-coloured Rio de Sueños!
How rich with Life the Universe is! It is beyond all sense, beyond all understanding, and yet--it is!