|Approaching a binary system.
|Playing with the Vimana Drive.
|Self made eclipse.
|A suggestive, romantic, lonely night on the roof of the StarDrifter.
|Stars effects are so fine during the approach.
|They say you have to like the stars to make this job.
|I guess my life will be some epoc shorter if I keep deactivating the radiation field.
|It looks cold.
|Again getting nice effects while playing with the Vimana Drive.
|This place is cold and void.
|A beatiful orange giant.
|A shot of a moon, its planet and another moon.
These three bodies' orbits seem to be very close one to the other.
|Finding good places for shots while in open space is often a matter of luck.
I caught this group of companion stars enjoying my arrival with complex lens-flare dances.
|Countless moons of a planet.
In such moments I realize how much I need to plan a general exploration program for places like this.
|The power of the Vimana Flight is something that comes in handy for several purposes.
Here we're drifiting past a star just to take a 'fake comet' picture.
|Shooting a planet along with its star is not just a question of doing a 'balanced' photo.
I often feel a sense of righteousness like it was a picture of a baby with his mother.
|Gas giants' athmospheres are the most obvious features of such planets.
Their layered complexity adds a mystery to the true knowledge about the surface.
|My curiosity might kill me.
|A planet surrounded by a thin ring, made visible by the dimmed light of the eclipsed star.
|I wish I had a manual control for my stardrifter. I'd take a lot of pictures like this one.
|This time the thin ring is less visible.
The lens flare effect gives the fault impression of a oddly curved ring.
|I think I have something for eclipses.
Or am I just always hiding from the light?
|A multiple star system. The relatively small size of some of the companion stars makes them be easily outshone by the lens flare casted over by the main stars.
|This planet is mean. The colours transmit a sense of unknown danger.
Its beauty is so aggressive.
|The 'mean' gas giant ruling over three orbiting moons.
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