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Galactic Dandelion

A dandelion first looks like a sun that’s blooming in a universe of grass, although it’s small, unlike a cosmic one, and not made out of blazing plasmic gas but little yellow petals for its rays, that don’t give off … Continue reading

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Stellar Memory

In ancient times, back when I was fifteen, my father took me to a wilderness where I saw stars as I had never seen, filling up the sky and numberless. The Milky Way, which I had never viewed, looked like … Continue reading

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Solar Freckle

We saw a planet cross the solar face, through a lens that filtered blinding light that took eight minutes reaching us from space, and marveled at the planetary sight, because a world appeared to be a mole, a freckle on … Continue reading

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