Fleet of Worlds


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The Fleet of Worlds is a group of planets home to the Pierson’s Puppeteer race from the “Ringworld” novel. It includes their main homeworld, Hearth, with a population of a trillion Puppeteers, and four farming worlds to feed them all. They are all equally sized and organized into a Klemperer Rosette.

When the Puppeteers learned that the Galactic core was exploding and would eventually destroy them, they decided to flee the galaxy — and take their planets with them. Using technology from the mysterious Outsiders they are able to move their planets at 80% of light speed to their ultimate goal of the Lesser Magellanic Cloud which will take about 85,000 years. Puppeteers are fanatically devoted to their own safety and considered using starships to be far too dangerous.

Since they cannot take a star with them, a string of artificial suns orbit the farm worlds while the main world produces enough heat and light on its own to not need a sun.

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Covered Bridge


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The West Montrose covered bridge is Ontario’s last remaining covered bridge. It spans nearly 200-feet across the Grand River and has survived for over 130 years. It is also known as the “kissing bridge.”

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Planet Arrakis


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Planet Arrakis from the Dune universe along with its two moons as described in the books.

“Arrakis … Dune … wasteland of the Empire, and the most valuable planet in the universe. Because it is here — and only here — where spice is found. The spice. Without it there is no commerce in the Empire, there is no civilization. Arrakis … Dune … home of the spice, greatest of treasure in the universe. And he who controls it, controls our destiny.” -Princess Irulan

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They’re Alive


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This image is inspired by that scene in the movie Contact (1997) where Elaenor Arroway (Jodie Foster’s character) comes out of the first Wormhole and sees a planet below with patterned lights on the night side surface and says “they’re alive!” before being sent into the next wormhole. Interesting tidbit: “Contact” was one of the very first films Weta Digital did visual effects work on before doing the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

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North America Nebula


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The North America nebula is an emission nebula in the constellation Cygnus. It received its name because it resembles the North American continent. To see it, tilt your head to the left and look at the left portion of the red nebula. Florida and the Gulf of Mexico can be easily seen on the bottom. The nebula is actually about 4 times the size of the full moon in the sky, but because of its low surface brightness it is hard to spot outside of photographs. The exact distance of the nebula is not known but it is thought the bright star Deneb (brightest star in this image) is the star responsible for ionizing the gas. If this is the case, it’s approximately 1,800 light years away and 100 light years across in size.

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Planet Chulak


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Chulak orbits a binary star system approximately 2000 light years from Earth. Apophis’ fleet of Ha’tak motherships can be seen orbiting the planet. It is a planet featured extensively in the television series Stargate: SG-1.

Additional credits: Ha’tak 3d model from Meurig

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