Clever man. That's beautiful.
I love these two; they are so beautiful. They are in a powerful and dangerous dance, kind of a tango to the death... tragically romantic, in a way.I think my favorites are Saturn's rings (especially at full tilt, which I've been lucky enough to see), the Orion Nebula, the Pleiades and the Horsehead Nebula; although Andromeda and the Eskimo Nebula are quite lovely also. I guess I have a particular neighborhood that's a favorite... the Winter Circle! Ha! Scarlett & Viaggiatore
Thanks, Mag. Mostly, it was easier than writing a poem.Scarlett, that's my fave part of the sky too! All those deeply cool stars: Betelgeuse, Sirius, Procyon, Aldebaran. The Pleiades have fascinated me ever since I first spotted them as a kid and wondered what they were. And the first thing I sought out when I got my first adult telescope was the Orion Nebula (I'm getting a fancy new one next month, and will probably do the same). Nice to hear from such a knowledgable skywatcher. Take care!
I think I detect a "tango DIP" happenin'! Hmm....distant cousin of The Dipper Family?!!
They look so free and spirited! I agree, much more like dancers than mice.
So pretty! It always amazes me how poetic Space is, for being such a cold place :)
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