These great hollow globes of artificial super-metals, and artificial transparent adamant, ranged in size from the earliest and smallest structures, which were no bigger than a very small asteroid, to spheres considerably larger than the Earth. (Olaf Stapledon, STAR MAKER)
Friday, May 11, 2018
A Sign of Spring
Today's Astronomy Picture of the Day brings us an egg in a cosmic nest. NGC 1360, found in the constellation of Fornax is more commonly known as the Robin's Egg Nebula.