Crab Nebula

Source: http://hubblesite.org/image/3923/gallery     Living as part of Taurus constellation, 6,500 light years away, She has propulsed herself out wards before going full circle towards Libra in two months time; Scouting the interesting friends and foes, seeing what is good, The changes in her datasets, exposed lime lights, spinning in and out..   Making her life so real, so short, only see through murals, between laughts long before the existence of our youth; like a launcher without evaporation, without landing on any optical surfaces, we operate in her mindset.   Like a bulky bear, helping others setup in the right … Continue reading Crab Nebula

Galactic Black Hole

Source: http://hubblesite.org   Implosions in the atmosphere….. Exciting, dangerous and built on it’s first success of travelling through time; Rich in minerals, arriving and staying for the next 18 months, readjusting the camera and door way to an alternative Universe, Bringing others back to earth.   About 1 km diameter, the scientists are now trying to see can we transplant the experiences back in the lander, size of a shoe box, It may hop and transfer back to the robotic arm from space to earth; depending on conditions of the surface, it will measure properties, arriving at the river, drop … Continue reading Galactic Black Hole

Gaseous Cocoon Around a Dying Star

Source: http://hubblesite.org/images/gallery/page/21 Gaseous Cocoon Around a Dying Star 29.011.95   Adapting to her environment, the sources are moving out, The relations she has been having are coming to an end; The afternoon came around like Cinderella and the glass hour, it was her last lunch.   The Chancellor decided it was time, There were no empty seats in the gallery, and the spectators were watching; As if she was an AI system that had served her purpose, She is being watched and her watching them.   The streams of tears flow from her face, It was all coming to an … Continue reading Gaseous Cocoon Around a Dying Star

Orion Nebula (Infrared visualisation)

Source: http://hubblesite.org/image/4111/news   From the many many planets, She dips her toes into the river of hot air; reflecting her thinking, the interstella cloud, micro sized participles dance around her; circular dust grains, planetary embroys, clashing and forming small bodies of the solar system.   Through a naked eye, she sees the collisions, invisible objects of history, Pristine, surrounding by comets, asteroids and meteorites; glowing of cherry pink, deep sea green flying across the asteroid belt, 1,2,3….50…counting and counting.   Orbiting, sensing danger, transforming to stars to avoid impact, Since early history of earth, resting in stability continuously impacting bodies; … Continue reading Orion Nebula (Infrared visualisation)

Asteroids in Hubble Frontier Field Abell 370

Source: http://hubblesite.org/image/4082/gallery   The penny drops, and nails fall to the ground, clunk, clunk rolling off the stairs and landing in front of the ducks; quack, quack, a swarm of bells huddle towards the honey tree, the Queen Bee’s energy is in demand.   Standing out like a blue diamond, Queen Bee is busy amongst her swarm, The colony has discovered new breeds of plants; soft, transparent, light pollen communicating at the speed of light, playing games, transporting one message to another.   The levels of demand on the bodies of these firm bodies, includes entering razor thin spaces, living … Continue reading Asteroids in Hubble Frontier Field Abell 370

Lagoon Nebula

Source: http://hubblesite.org/image/4150/gallery   A splash of light, the puddle echoes across the pond, lillies part, as ducks swim forward, gliding gracefully alongside the river bed; Green mini-monsters roar, emerald shades add volume to the fragrant cluster, such breeze, as gentle as spring, like a day out on a row boat.   Sending ripples above the cave, with mirrors reflecting the sounds, sights and smells; as welcoming as the entrance of Disneyland – a world of magic spells and surprises, she swims deeper into the void.   As she lifts her arm swimming backwards, she grasps the tiny molecules – of … Continue reading Lagoon Nebula

LEGUS Galaxies

Source: Hubblesite.org   Set in the clouded dust of sugar and lime, coatings turn and toil, through the invisible soil; dancing and spinning, turning and swaying, leaving imprints like children running across the sand.   Staring across the ocean, two twin brothers stand shoulder to shoulder, the younger sister not too far behind; they are playing cat and mouse, blind folded and reaching out.   First sister goes down and slide, and the two brothers follow, like entering a giant swing, they glide in circular motion like a water ride that never ends; splashing energy and flourescent purple and orange, … Continue reading LEGUS Galaxies