Astropoetry Blog

Jul 03

Hubble’s Jewel Bug

by Harley White

Seldom are insects my poetry themes though butterflies have been versified twice, but the jewel bug is a type that gleams with hues iridescent to eyes entice. These Scutelleridae have...

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Jul 03

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (139): Inertia (12)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text) and Valentin Grigore (photos)

PENUMBRAL LUNAR ECLIPSE OVER TARGOVISTE (June 5, 2020)

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Jul 02

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (138): Inertia (11)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text and photos) and Florin Alexandru Stancu (design)

FRAGMENTS OF WORLD Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe Four centuries ago. “And yet it moves!” said Galileo about the Earth and its revolution. May 20 - June 6, 2020,...

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Jul 01

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (137): Inertia (10)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text) and Valentin Grigore (photos)

Indubitably, for those who don't forget that the Universe is larger, the Moon has a varied capacity of seduction…

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Jun 30

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (136): Inertia (9)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text and photos) and Florin Alexandru Stancu (design)

ASTRONOMICAL SPIRES Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe The spire of a church can show an imaginary closed sky, while the cupola of an observatory can show a real open...

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Jun 29

For Global Astronomy Month 2020 (135): Inertia (8)

By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (text) and Valentin Grigore (photos)

ABOUT GALACTIC BEINGS AND A VERY AWAITED COMET (C/2017 T2 PanSTARRS) CLOSE TO M81 AND M82

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