Conditions right big bang theory dark dust sunlight earth looks dreary Asteroids smash comets crash perhaps the cause of extinct dinosaurs. Music 'n' arts horses 'n' carts steam trains aeroplanes Space junk strewn man on the moon satellites into the starlight Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

Isolated Confined Desolated Fearful Forlorn Anxious and alone Breathless... Wait for the night. Gaze at the stars. Explore the constellations. Stare at the Moon and howl! Let the night absorb you. The depth of the universe is magical. Breathe... Fill your soul with stardust, let your imagination soar. Heal, hope, dare to dream, and wish upon a star. Let the beauty of the sky fill your spirit. Let science be your savior. Breathe. by Andee Sherwood Oct. 23, 2020 Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click...

TWO GIANTS (Bucharest, September 21, 2020) Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe I once saw two dwarf children in the Carol I Park, in contradiction with the statues (from the beginning of the 20th century) of two Giants (one sculpted by Dimitrie Paciurea in the west of the park, the other sculpted by Frederic Storck in the east of the park) who loved the same nymph. I returned there the same evening because I remembered that there were two other Giants in the sky, much closer to each other: Saturn and Jupiter! Comments You need JavaScript to be able to...

PANDEMIC MEDITATION (Bucharest, October 2020) Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe Sometimes in the hospital strange infected patients do not see anything and stubbornly say that the invisible “corona” virus does not exist. Sometimes outside the hospital enthusiastic sky lovers see the Crowned Moon and joyously say that such an intangible beauty truly exists! Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

THE BEER CHARIOT Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe; special guest Valentin Grigore (1st picture) On one of the days of SARM's Perseid camps in the hot summer of 2020 (Runcu Stone, July 24), Valentin Grigore photographed the constellation Ursa Major aka the Great Bear, nicknamed the Big Dipper or the Great Chariot in folklore. On one of the hot days that followed (Bucharest, September 13, 2020) I went to the Beer Chariot, the most famous restaurant of this kind in Bucharest (founded in 1869 in a superb building). After a few beers, only the solar reflections could help me...