Comet 332P/Ikeya-Murakami   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

Time in Space

source: RVUNEWS They called her Shane.  Young, 25, solid and a mind of a genius.  Training since she was a kid, down South, lots of potential. Everyday she would go through her routine like a true athlete.  Rising early at 4am, training and hitting the gym at 5am, train for two hours, breakfast and then school, before going to the gym again afterwards, study and then more of it on the weekends.  This is not a walk in the park. The call came when he entered like thousands of many aspirational astonauts.  She passed the hardest of all physical tests, … Continue reading Time in Space

Home Coming

As snow rests her third leg, The sun colours the white mask over red, clear crystal glasses; Roaming the highways each vehicle heads towards the mountains of fresh alps and crisp air, Thin lines of column enclose the tracks. Earthy blue sheets of reflection cover half the sky, Skeleton robots hold the wires to power the city like silent guardians, their presence hidden by their transparent frame; Red and grey checked lego boxes emerge, as to monopoly red sheds and wooden fences line the journey. Roughly crafted stone lift the foundations in place, Mini grey craters spotted here and there; … Continue reading Home Coming