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Poetry by Astronomers

         the cosmos doesn’t care          by Larry Kane          The cosmos doesn’t care that          in our striving to understand          the two extremes of relativity,          we take comfort          being nestled between          the very large and very small.          The cosmos doesn’t care that          we … Continue reading

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Rip Van Winkle

by Theodore R Frimet Ok. Let’s combine a few items, spill some Java onto it, toss it onto the wall, and see what sticks: Rip Van Winkle Circadian Rhythm Space Time Dilation Iron as an abundant chemical element in the … Continue reading

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Where Science Fiction meets Science Tea Time…

by Theodore R Frimet burn baby, burn K2 kicked up a sand storm this morning. She wandered in and started cursing me out. Why, or why did you click on the Astronomy posts in Linked-In? You should be reading Sidereal … Continue reading

Posted in June 2020, Sidereal Times | Tagged | Leave a comment

A Storm is Coming

by Theodore R Frimet I am not asking for solutions for racism. I don’t expect much from me, either. How can I contribute to a movement away from death and destruction while I live in a society that tends to … Continue reading

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Vanity Cards

by Theodore R Frimet That in my own humble opinion every Amateur Astronomer wearing a mask is a masked crusader for our mutual pursuit of life and liberty. I’ve got nothing. I have been waiting to write that phrase for a … Continue reading

Posted in May 2020, Sidereal Times | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

AutoFiLX200

by Theodore R Frimet shrimp gumbo Tasty little morsel, if you’re not going Vegan. I have been off the reservation for quite a few months. I’d got a hankering for shrimp gumbo for my telescope. You know, the Meade LX200 … Continue reading

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K2

by Theodore R Frimet twasi-now, or twasi-later Diapause. One mechanism that we can attribute to the halt in biological development due to unfavorable conditions. When your Sun goes Nova, that would entirely fit the bill, wouldn’t you think? Hmmm. Pull … Continue reading

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