planets in the meniscus system 1

From time to time, I’ll give you a glimpse of some of the other planets in the Meniscus solar system.

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xolar system

 

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This is Di-natha, a red gas giant. No life forms on this one! Di-natha is the Gel-speak word for ‘red’.

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di-natha

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All images Copyright Alexandra Jane Tims 2017

 

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Planet Meniscus

Welcome to planet Meniscus.

A planet with:

  • two phased moons
  • two suns
  • seasons
  • dynamic landscapes (desert, forest)

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Water on Meniscus moves upward, not down, effervescing and foaming like soda in a shaken bottle.

The odd behavior of water on the planet results in dramatic water features:

  • water churns – lake-like but filled with frothing writhing water
  •  water-climbs – like waterfalls but the water movement is upward

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'parting the ferns'.jpg

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Copyright 2017 Alexandra Tims

Welcome to ‘off planet’!

Welcome to the worlds I love to write about. And to the worlds I love to paint and draw.

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I am a writer, primarily a poet.  I am also an artist who illustrates my work.

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‘alien moons’, acrylic, Alexandra Jane Tims, 5″ x 8″, May 2017

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I am author of a science-fiction adventure series. The first in the series Meniscus: Crossing The Churn is available in paperback and Kindle additions on Amazon here.

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As I have published my work, I have realised – some of my writing and illustrations do not belong on earth. They should be out there, available to those of you who share my love of space travel and encounters with new worlds. This blog will help me reach out to you and share my ‘off planet’ work!

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Copyright 2017 Alexandra Tims