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Today’s Blog: The Passing of Mr. Bradbury

As most of my science fiction is drawn upon speculative solar system space travel (say that three times fast!) , I owe a big debt of influence-gratitude to Mr. B, especially for his Martian Chronicles. Rather than burden himself with getting all of the “science” right in these stories, he concentrated more on the human […]

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The Real TITAN: from NYTimes and Planetary Society

There’s a paranormal element in Vivian and the Dust about a mist like presence that arises from a semi organic lake on Saturn’s moon Titan- and wouldn’t you know – there’s a coincidental article in the July 26, 2010 NY Times Science Section about growing and receding methane lakes now detected on Titan. So we’re […]

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The Real Europa

prospect of life on Jupiter’s moon Europa 29 JUNE 2011 7,527 VIEWS ONE COMMENT BY VIEWSINLINE Europa is the sixth closest moon of the planet Jupiter, and the smallest of its four Galilean satellites, but still one of the largest bodies in the Solar system. Slightly smaller than Earth’s Moon, Europa is primarily made of silicate […]

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