Quazars (Quasi Interstellar Radio Sources) do “blink” usually at a rapid pace less than one second per “beat.”
Yeah, but really, who thinks a clump of gas trillions of times the size of the solar system pumping out X-rays bright enough t be seen from halfway across the known universe is significant?
That’s pulsars you’re thinking of, spinning neutron stars emitting beams of radiation. Quasars are something different.
It would be pretty significant if a star went supernova and became a blast of death and blinding light over 10,000 times brighter than our own sun. And that’s only if it doesn’t implode, then it would become a black hole.
Stars. Attention-seeking blobs of hot air…
Alright, who wants to install a light show based on Millie’s suggestion in an abandoned planetarium?
If you can point me toward an abandoned planetarium, I’ll start collecting bulbs.
Someone else will have to write the music, though.
Actually, the one time I REALLY saw the stars (from a lake in the middle of Canada) I just felt so cosmically connected it was like I was intoxicated.
I had a similar experience. Though, for me, it was in west Texas.
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