Supernova Condensate is a blog about our place in the Universe. Of astronomy, chemistry and life in the big bad bubble of academia.
Invader Xan is a molecular astrophysicist and part-time alien invader, who spends life looking at very small things on very large scales, and trying to better understand the chemistry of interstellar space.
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Keep writing if moon dust clogs the gears and coats your clothes and is the grit covering your words brush it away keep writing. – Astropoetry courtesy of Tychogirl Words to live by. Advertisements
Secret in her veil Cytherea sleeps soundly Shining in the Dark Swathed in acid sheets Shyly covering her face She rages within Image: ESA/ MPS / DLR / IDA
Through binoculars I leave my narrow world for An ocean of stars – Astropoetry by TychoGirl
Star-Gazer The very stars are justified. The galaxy italicized. I have proofread and proofread the beautiful script. There are no errors. — P.K. Page Taken from Dark Matter: Poems of Space A book which every astronomer should leaf through at … Continue reading