Red Light Glowing
Sh2-64 is an emission nebula in the constellation of Serpens. The nebula represents the 64th item in the catalog of 312 objects compiled by U.S. astronomer Stewart Sharpless in 1959 (2nd edition). Emission nebulas consist of clouds of interstellar gas excited by a nearby energy source, such as a star, causing the gas to glow with light, as the name suggests.
Image Credit: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona
falls on floor
hello i hope everyone had a good day
// ah hello jim
i hope your nap was awesome and that you still have pie
"Correct me if I am wrong…"
"But I assume from your unstable heat signature, that you are not human?"
// oh no to ship it or not to ship that is the question
Victorian house in Arcata, Ca
"This pen is red. No, it’s blue. No, it’s red. It’s right there! It’s blue! No, it’s red!"
"I’m not okay. I am okay. I’m not—cuss it."
"This writing utensil parallel to your form is neither #fb1048 or #73a9fd, but, infact, #195f2e. What is your current neurological status?”
"Oh dear, I’m sorry. Those can be nasty sometimes. In my experience the best cure is rest, proper fluids, perhaps basic medicine if you’re not allergic."
"But yes—I’m doing very well. Seeing the universe, meeting people, the usual. No one can compare to you, though.”
-!! How peculiar. He finds his face is hard to control underneath the helmet for once.
"Well- I… Oh."
"You are quite… very sweet." Pause. "Ah, apologies- I assume that that is not proper syntax. You are not ‘quite very sweet’, but ‘very sweet’. I hope that this opinion does not offend you?"
"Aren’t you a sight for sore eyes. How are you, Arcturus?”
"I’ve been better…" Almost as if on cue a cough escaped his throat.
"I seem to have acquired a human cold. My IST has come up with no comparative results to cure it.” He tried to ignore another bout of coughing. “Have you been well, friend?”
"It is an absolute pleasure to see you again miss, Giselle."