How about a little light relief from astronomy? One of the ways I waste my time Continue reading “Hurtling Through the Sky, a Baby with Enamel Bottom”
A changing pattern made by two or three celestial bodies that move past each other at angles or in curves can be quite complex; what about four?
This is what Pluto looks like.
Though Venus was at its greatest eastern elongation Continue reading “Venus reminder”
July 11 is the anniversary of the great eclipse of 1991, the almost-overhead, Continue reading “Fishing village and waterfall”
An aspect of Galicia that I forgot to mention is time.
This may be the first draft of my cover picture story for Astronomical Calendar 2016, Continue reading “Report of a walk in Spain”
Yes, I was away during the best planetary conjunction of the year.
There were nine in the bed
And the little one said
Roll over!” Continue reading “Clyde’s planet”