Welcome to my world. Our specie lives at the boundary between light and dark
with enough light for photosynthesis but temperate weather driven by currents
between the light and dark sides. Fortunately, Vulcan wobbles in much the same
way earth's moon does. From earth you can see 59% of the moon surface over
a lunar day. See a Youtube video called NASA | Moon Phase & Libration 2013
compressing a lunar day into 23.7 seconds. Now imagine living in a colony in the
middle of that extra 9 percent. Every 29.5305 earth days you would see a
fascinating blue marble earth-rise and earth-set.On Vulcan we have a
trinary star system with a yellow primary, a white dwarf, and a red dwarf
orbiting about each other producing some beautiful sunsets and complicated
gravity patterns. Sometimes you feel the weight of the world on your shoulders,
and other times light on your feet.Live long and prosper.
The US Space Force can recruit there!
Obviously this can't actually Vulcan, as it's too big and doesn't
have a day and night, but it could be one of the big planets seen in
Vulcan's night sky in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. In other words -
right next to Vulcan.
"I wanna know what you're thinking, there is something you can't
hide.""Pure Energy."So "Live Long and
Why did it take so long?