Barcelona was the city where Christopher Columbus reported the success of his first transoceanic mission… 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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Credits: NASA, ESA, and A. Nota (STScI) Skies of wondrous starry nights all aglow with shining lights, we look up to you with awe thus to inspiration draw… Fortunate we earthlings are on a planet not bizarre, close enough but not too far from our solar system's star beaming its apricity, swirled in synchronicity to nocturnal shimmerings lit by lunar glimmerings as the moon reveals her face gazing down at us from space… (Though we know how shine those rays still her luminescent ways stir our fancies, as in dreams…) Poets with their reams of themes— tragic, magic, comical, even...

Image Credit: NASA The dawning day is like an open door for voyagers adrift in living stream to waken from the dream asleep no more. When out of slumber's seas we're cast ashore and consciousness resumes its heady beam, the dawning day is like an open door. With dialectic feet upon the floor the thinker frames a philosophic scheme in lieu of wakening asleep no more. Stargazers, poets, let their fancies soar into the realms beyond what things may seem, for dawning day is like an open door. Though myriads divinities implore, within our being lies the path supreme to...

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech New discovery An unknown waning star 7 Earth sized rocks B, C, D, E, F, G, H (2) Goldilocks zone 40 light years away (1) A Bussokusekika (2) The names given by the discovering astronomers. Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login