Somebody has once accidentallyspilled a bottle full
of stars diversified in
type, quantity and sizeNobody, however, was eagerto clean this mess.Therefore, some of themhave found their placeThey chose a cozycorner of an unchartedinfinity which was latertransformed into the G-zone*The spilled stars werematuring in the careof time and startedto astound curious beingsAnd so, the previousanger passed as abeautiful pattern was drawnhigh above the EarthIt was called "The Milky Way"; a dividedmap of heavenly treasuressounds, perhaps, even betterIt still amazes us,especially in the pristinenight sky not dominatedby the artificial lightBoth known and mysterious.Nevertheless, lonely. Therefore, it'scurrently consistently heading forAndromeda**; the closest neighborIt can make dreamscome real when Vegameets Altair. That's, atleast, Tanabata*** tradition says.
Let's celebrate then
August's 2022 Milky Way Star Festival
together with AWB
Mirosław Wójcik | August 5, 2022 | Poland
____________________* It's my own abbreviation from the 'Goldilocks Zone'. See more at: https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/resources/323/goldilocks-zone/** The result remains unpredictable as both galaxies can miss or crash each other finally.*** A Japanese Star Festival. For more information check this Wiki record: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanabata