Selenography

The Chinese probe refused to give permission. “It’s my moon,” it sent back laconically. The Russian lander, brazen as ever, proceeded with the moon landing. Chang’e shot it down with its laser. It wasn’t even that hard to do, it had been storing electricity with its solar panels for so Read more…

Pagophilic

“Pago-what now?” the Sergeant spat out, making a face. “Love of ice, in plain terms,” the scientist explained. “So, just add water? In the form of ice?” the Sergeant asked, looking at the rectangular thing. He shivered in the icy mountains, even though he wore like three layers plus his Read more…