Before the total solar eclipse of 2012 at the Coral Sea, my fellow Felician Ursache (a SARM member of the EURONEAR project) made the concept of this work, prepared the camera and chose the position. I just pushed the button and concentrated all into a haiku. Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

Billions of new worlds Look down on us from the sky... Who is looking up? Comets can be seen in this artistic depiction of the young star Beta Pictoris as seen from the outer edge of its disk. If intelligences exist in the new solar systems being discovered daily, do those beings ever look up (or down) at us? The potential for linking and sharing of diverse intelligences barely begun here with the Internet at the turn of the 21st century now seems endless. Where will this take us next? (Your comments encouraged.) Image Credit: NASA...

For a split second, Airplane and passengers have Their place in the Sun. Congratulations to Michael Uberty for capturing this rare and beautiful photo. Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

Looking off a cliff At the old year's farthest edge... Only stars ahead. - Photo credit: Paint the Sky with Stars by: Babak A. Tafreshi / TWAN Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

In spite of the frosty weather (minus 20 degrees Celsius), a few Romanian enthusiasts were present on astronomical barricades to watch the Geminid maximum (the most favorable observational night in the last years). Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login