Haiku on JWSTRead more "FIRST RESULTS"
THE IMAGERY OF IMAGES
This haiku to MIRI (Mid InfraRed Imager) begins of a new era, commemorating in enraptured ekphrasistic poetry the wonders NASA shares in their ever-improving, cosmic images.
” … all Earth listening to the sound of rotor blades slicing alien atmosphere.”Read more "Companion To Perseverance"
Recently, we’ve learned that Pluto is a double (dwarf) planet in combination with its mutually tidally locked partner, Charon (pronounced Karen). No matter which “dwarf” you are on, the same side of the other will always face you. Charon cannot see Pluto’s heart, which is on Pluto’s “dark side,” relative to its view. Now called […]Read more "Tidally Blocked"
Earendel, “Morning Star” who twinkled bright within six million years of Cosmic Birth – the eldest star we can see in the night for now, with current optics, near the Earth – though Hubble can resolve you as a star we have a mirrored honeycomb in place that corrects for the light stretched to IR. […]Read more "Sharper Cosmos"
Appreciating, once tentacles point it out, what it is you see.Read more "Alien Tourism"
Bob sets out to explore a black hole.
Alice thinks she witnesses his demise.
Bob may return, but his time frame is no longer Alice’s.
Cetacean sonar has been found to be extremely well-focused, allowing them to detect more than that for which we gave them credit.Read more "DOLPHIN AND PORPOISE"
Alice loved a space pilot named Bob. When she thinks of him, she chokes a sob, for he saw a black sphere, flying in, got too near and became a spaghettified blob.Read more "SINGULIMERICK"