Earth Base, the fantastic one-
Twilight Zone between “melted” and “frozen” sides of non-
Jurassic rain forest inhabited by T Rex-
Earth Base Hall of Interplanetary Portals (disabled to prevent infinite loops).
Leibnitz Mountains region on Earth’s Moon (Buzz II landing site).
Artificial canal irrigating desert region with Martian Polar Cap melt water.
Is this a “space station” launched by the Martians in 1877?
When it was discovered in 1931, Pluto was thought to be the outermost major planet in the Solar System. Thus, when Gustav Holst wrote The Planets in 1916, there were only seven parts to the symphony, because Neptune was thought to be the outermost planet at that time. Each part of the symphony is a theme for both the corresponding planet and the mythological god after which it is named. The parts are ranked according to the closest approach of the corresponding planet to Earth's orbit: 1. Mars, The Bringer of War; 2. Venus, The Bringer of Peace; 3. Mercury, The Winged Messenger; 4. Jupiter, The Bringer of Joy; 5. Saturn, The Bringer of Doom; 6. Uranus, The Magician; 7. Neptune, The Mystic.
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