It’s that time of the week again!
I don’t know how many of you guys out there are into science and NASA, but even if you’re not, I’m sure you heard about yesterday’s announcement. The possibility of liquid water on Mars! How exciting is that? I, for one, thought it was pretty cool. Space in general has always fascinated me and it was one of two topics (dinosaurs being other other one) that kept me interested in science class as a kid. Couple that discovery with the super blood moon eclipse and it was a good few days to be an astronomy lover. Those two things got me thinking about what kind of prompt I wanted to present for this week’s attempt to get things going.
So, for this week, I want you to write about celestial bodies (planets, moons, asteroids, basically anything you can find in space!). Your characters could be traveling to a celestial body, or discovering/observing a new one, whatever you want! Get as creative as possible – sci-fi is a wonderful genre full of endless possibility. You can write something outrageous, or keep it simple – it’s up to you!
Remember, keep it under 400 words & submit your response in the comment section below. Don’t forget to include your twitter handles and/or other social media links for promotion! Submissions close Wednesday at 8PM – tell your friends!
Questions, suggestions? Check out the rules in more detail and/or drop me a line!
As always, think happy thoughts!
Image Credit: Image found via Google Image Search on pics-about.space.