Can you believe we now officially know what Pluto looks like. Have you been able to see the crystal clear photos of that tiny little planet billions of kilometers away from us? The past few weeks I have eagerly awaited these first few pictures to be beamed to earth, so it seemed only natural to take the star-gazer side of me out to the woods.
Aphrodite created this mesh camping set for The Seasons Story which opened on July 10th. Designed with a summer camper in mind, given I reside in the southern hemisphere which is currently experiencing the icy chills of a winter arctic vortex, instead of sunshine, surf and sand my soul sought the seclusion of pine trees, forest animals and roasted marshmallows. Appears I left the marshmallows and family behind, oops.
This massive set includes:
The complete set has a land impact of just over 80. However the beauty of the set is that although rezzed as a combined block it can then be taken back into inventory individually for you to pick and choose which items to display.
To see a full version of the camp set on display visit: Aphrodite Camping Display SLurl
To purchase the camp set visit: The Seasons Story SLurl
Back to Pluto for a moment. The first pictures are being beamed from space to be received at a little place not far from where I live called Tidbinbilla just outside of Canberra, Australia. The Deep Space Communications Complex is one of three NASA tracking stations. Due to the sensitivity of the Deep Space stations biggest dish it is required to receive the weak transmissions from New Horizons forwarding them on to NASA. Can you believe that having taken ten years to get to Pluto the New Horizons spacecraft will have less than a day to photograph the ghost planet and its moons. Makes you wonder just what questions we will have after this latest adventure into the galaxy we are part of. For anyone else who wants to gaze lovingly at little Pluto I’ve included a link to NASA.
May you all find a moment this week to look up at the sky and if you are a little like me ponder, what is beyond all that we can see? Or maybe a more pressing question to ask is; are those beans and where can I get some marshmallows?