Today's discovery of a Norwegian translation of my astronomy chart is a timely and welcome reminder that science doesn't much care about geopolitical boundaries, and much of humanity gazes at our shared sky with equal wonder. It's a nice thought.
If you get a chance, I encourage anybody with clear skies to watch tomorrow's (Friday, February 10, 2017) lunar eclipse. Venus is also pretty awesome these days, and the eagle-eyed should try to spot Comet 45P! There's a lot going on in our galaxy, and most of it is gloriously silent.
January 20, 2017
The only inauguration of note being that of this fellow as the 9th Cat of Me.
With 1.5 ears and 2 cracked teeth from once subsisting on rocks, Betabi seems more than qualified to teach me a thing or two about surviving the savage wastelands. Sure is a dust magnet, though.
Still reeling in horror from recent events, but the 140-characters-or-less medium has proven a less daunting one to tackle.