RED TRUNKS… (Bucharest, August 11, 2020) Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe Red trunks at dusk with red clouds, red crepuscular rays and red water… … just for a simple golden moonrise. Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

It's still there; high above* a peculiar sphere inhabited by the bizarre beings trying to define their place in vastness seen by its eyes However initially, to the engineers' surprise, an achieved view wasn't razor sharp. Therefore, a corrective mission was sent soon** to fix an unexpected aberration Indeed, it's made a huge difference and mankind could finally peer into deep space, for the first time, discovering wealth of everything previously hidden Named after a famous astronomer, it celebrates grandly and firmly its 30th anniversary this year, although nobody expected it'd be on duty so long It helped to reveal...

“From abysses, from other worlds, The jump is easy without wings, Meteor, destiny of flight.” -Dan Mitrut (lyrics from a song launched in 1998 at SARM's Perseid event)- SARM'S PERSEID EVENT 2020 - A SHORT RETROSPECTIVE Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Valentin Grigore At SARM's Perseid Event 2020, under windows and overflows of light, we talked about meteors, stars, ecosystems and, under Saturn and Jupiter, we had a concert of astro-folk music, “Meteor, Destiny of Flight' by Dan Mitrut. In those mornings, we saw the stars dripping dew from the sky to rekindle in the grass from the light of the sunrise....

RESTITUTION (Bucharest, August 12-13, 2020) Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Andrei Dorian Ghe Dusk clouds seemed to share and preserve the shine of the Sun to return it in full the next morning. Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

AMONG THREE COMETS Astro-photo-poem (cosmopoem) by Valentin Grigore Ecological version: a Perseid meteor under Arcturus, above the trees. Astronomical version: A Perseid meteor under Arcturus, among three comets (C.2019 U6 LEMMON, C.2017 T2 PANSTARRS, C.2020 F3 NEOWISE). Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login