smashing

August 31st, 2007 § 0 comments § permalink


Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

A window of time
Begins to reflect
The delicate vision
Of not what was next.

A window of moments
Can never detect
The singular sound
Of a collision regret.

Odysseus impact basin >>>

perished

August 25th, 2007 § 2 comments § permalink


Credit: NRAO/AUI and Jayanne English (U. Manitoba), Jeroen Stil and Russ Taylor (U. Calgary) and MSX

When nothing is left
That once was intact
The Supernova is given
An inverse point to attack.

When something was left
That once was a fact
A star has then proven
Circles of life – are a fact.

International/VLA Galactic Plane Survey >>>

Spitzer’s 4th

August 25th, 2007 § 0 comments § permalink


Credit: NASA/JPL/Caltech

Lifetime issues
Of a paradox mean
Is a violent indication
Of what a telescope’s seen.

Lifestyle issues
Of its scientific team
Is a manifestation
Of their telescopic dream.

Helix >>>

Fornax A

August 5th, 2007 § 0 comments § permalink


Credit: NRAO/AUI

Sensing a change
Seeing the curve
Somehow upending
Serious nerves.

Seeking a signal
Something occurred
Somehow becomes
Seriously absurd.

NGC1316 >>>

lit

August 5th, 2007 § 2 comments § permalink


Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

Icy white angles
From a freshly smashed spray
Seems to smile a bit meekly
Warning not what to say.

Icy chalk signals
From a Dione glacade
Seems to move a bit closer
To a sign for how its made.

World of Canyons >>>

G Arcs

August 4th, 2007 § 0 comments § permalink


Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute

gravitational disturbances
often relate
to incredible feelings
that never satiate.

gravitational constants
never estimate
the significant measure
of a contradictory time state.

Material mystery >>>

unveiled

August 3rd, 2007 § 1 comment § permalink


Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration

Unravel your feelings
Unwind your tight heart
Unlearn your true being
From your finish to your start.

Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 >>>

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