Mars Dust Storm – June 26, 2001

Source: http://hubblesite.org/image/1810/news/62-mars   They were sitting at the table considering the consequences of their actions, This is an excellent area for solar production said A, How about moving it along the mining operation said B, C paused to think about the dust creation.   Here on the Moon?  No, Mars. How about suspending it? What if we are constantly mining? What about biological contamination? What process should we have? An environmental assessment? What about broad data dissemination?   What is useful? Participation process? Would it be a useful assessment? What about building a library? To learn from that, to do … Continue reading Mars Dust Storm – June 26, 2001

Comet 332P/Ikeya-Murakami

http://hubblesite.org/image/3784/gallery   Tracing the gases in the thin atmosphere, As much as understanding how different she is; As a semi-state to that, we observe her shadows, images, About 7am you wake up to see how she sleeps.   Finding her on the way, This is a place, not just a point in the sky; We’d like to explore her story, not just in 2020, In 3 dimensions, below, above and beyond.   Trying to find the needle in the haystack, Trying to get our robotic swarms, constellations, a round trip, eliptic voyages; Tackling human fragility and vulnerabilities, Sensing the bubbles … Continue reading Comet 332P/Ikeya-Murakami

ALMA view of Supernova 1987A

Source: http://hubblesite.org/image/3990/gallery   Going back 163,000 light years, where someday we will live and work, Going there and visiting destinations, explorations in her uniqueness of curiosity and opportunity into the unknown; Living her experiences, living her futures, robot humans, And bringing back that knowledge to planet earth.   Seeing her red aura, understanding greatness through ships, Travels, a voyage into the red core and leaving your home to go further; Through cabins, to the atlantic voyage, A sense of deep space, orbit and not just for a scientific purpose.   Sources of her materials, her excitement to the Moon landing, … Continue reading ALMA view of Supernova 1987A

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