Big Children for the Transit of Mercury

Nov 17
2019
Cosmopoem by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe et al.

Location:
Headquarters of the Urania Astronomical Association,
National Children’s Palace, Bucharest, Romania.

Organizer:
“Urania” (founder-president Dragos Brasov,
with the help of Mihai Rauta).

Special guests:
representatives of the Bucharest Astroclub
(laureate astrophotographer Gabriel Corban)
and the Romanian Society for Meteors and Astronomy-SARM
(cosmopoet Andrei Dorian Gheorghe).
A few (more or less) hurried visitors.

1. Ascension
Astro-photo-poem by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe

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Sometimes in astronomy
You need to crop
The sky for the conquest of
A real top.

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2. Connection
Astro-photo-poem by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe
(photo-processing Valentin Grigore - president of SARM) 

It’s great to work
in the Empire of the Sun
for heavenly love

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3. Result
Astro-photo 1 by Gabriel Corban
Astropoem by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe
Astro-photo 2 by Mihai Rauta and Dragos Brasov
(photo-processing Gabriel Corban)

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Once a group of sky fishers tried,
Under the celestial harmony,
To capture even Mercury,
A black pearl in the solar fire sea.

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