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Travelling through the world under the clear sky means to travel among passing beauties under eternal beauties. And the astronomical observatories - bridges between them. -Andrei Dorian Gheorghe- The Romanian Society for Meteors and Astronomy (SARM) ended the first decade of the 21st century by launching 4 other web projects (2 of them connected to visits to famous observatories), which describe one of the most beautiful expeditions in the history of this organization. The first 3 of them are based on tourist astropoetry: Gravitating around the Big Ben and the London Eye A Visit to the Royal Greenwich Observatory To...

Stars dance in the sky And people dance on Earth Imitating The dance of the falling stars. Andrei Dorian Gheorghe When we say monuments of astropoetry we think especially of three individual ones: Phenomena, by Aratus (3rd century BC); Paradiso from the Divine Comedy, by Dante Alighieri (14th century); Rudimenta Cosmographica, by Johannes Honterus (16th century). We also think of the monumental operas of Camille Flammarion (in the French space language) and Richard Hinckley Allen (in the Anglo-American world), who adorned their universal descriptions with astronomical verses by numerous poets, and created wonderful models for humanity....

Here I do say, The one that is flying downward, My fathers . . . I saw it in its flight. . . I tell of it, Above the heavens. . . Now he comes among us, The one carrying lights as he flies. . . Now it comes flying down close to the ground. . . I had a strange feeling, As this light flew along. . . Now it has vanished in its flight, The star, the big one. "The Meteorite" by Riding-In (as told to George A. Dorsey and written by James R. Murie), When Stars Came...

Silver shield is on guard in the neighbouring orbit of peculiar blue planet filled up with oceans, forests, deserts and descendants of first human beings. Silver shield isn't keen to reveal its secrets as it's always pointed towards Earth the same bright, visible side though everybody knows the second one. In the front of Silver shield some lost Spielberg's E.T. has flown by once, trying to get back home with a little help of friends. And yet we have abandoned Silver shield not so long after the first giant leap for a mankind was made to fulfil president's bold dream....