The faint apparition ‘Little Ghost' situated in Ophiucus once had a bright central star to boast, though now white dwarf in core innermost surrounded by layers caducous. That dying orb at its ghostly heart foretells the destiny of our sun, which too may become like abstract art, still for the time being worlds apart from the cloudy rings this star has spun. A ‘planetary nebula' called by William Herschel, a term ill-fit, albeit the name is well-installed, for while resembling a sphere as sprawled, planets have nothing to do with it. Too small a supernova to be, as is our...

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A ray of sunlight Beamed into the Universe— How far will it go? A warm "good morning!” Projected to a stranger— How far will it go? Photo by Derek Sears on Unsplash Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

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