Astropoetry Blog

Feb 12

THE STRING THEORY

by Mirosław Wójcik, Poland

The string theory; the great topic for average people hunger for knowledge They say that there are only few capable to really understand it Nevertheless, it still intrigues cognitive minds...

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Feb 12

Astropoetry Moments for Astronomy History (9): About Copernicus’ System

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe

If someone would ask me to explain Copernicus' heliocentric system, I would say: “Watch the planets and think they (and you, too!) orbit around a boss optionally named Sun, Sol...

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Feb 12

Astropoetry Moments for Astronomy History (8): Praise to Omar Khayyam

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe

Nobody could be a genius in all, but Omar Khayyam (1048-1131) was an exceptional Persian mathematician, philosopher, poet and astronomer, who belonged to the Arabian culture and left wonderful quatrains...

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Feb 12

Astropoetry Moments for Astronomy History (7): “Eppur Si Muove”

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe

Inquisition: “We don't burn you at the stake just because our irresistible methods convinced you to retract your sky sorcery.” Galileo (for himself): “And yet it moves!” Inquisition: “What did...

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Feb 04

Hen’s Wings

by Harley White

A pair of blue wings is hovering against the inky black covering within ‘Little Fox' constellation of Vulpecula designation, portrayed with stipple sidereal in Hubble image ethereal, ‘Hen two dash...

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Feb 03

The Sun's Light

By Clarence G. Underwood, California, USA

The sun shines, its light is everywhere. The wind blows, a warm breeze we share. The food we eat is nurtured by the sun. The sun's heat is felt by...

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