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Stars always glitter on the sky. But do we see them all?
It´s said that there a millions of stars out there- twinkling and burning for us. But how do we know they really exist? No one has ever counted them, neither have anyone seen all of them.
By sara on 04.03.2011
a long time ago in a galaxy far far away… no that isn’t right. this story never took place in a galaxy far far away…. now lets see… once upon a time…. no no that’s not right either…. oh dear how to start… how to start…
By Tabby Johannsen on 04.03.2011
the galaxy is made up of the stars, planets, sun, moon and the celestial bodies. We are in the biggest galaxy called the milky way galaxy. its made up of stars with constellations. the biggest constellation of stars is the great bear. the biggest galaxy is the milky way galaxy.
By Aarthi on 04.03.2011
the galaxy is in the universe. WE are all together and part of it. But what is it?? Arguably this is the biggest and most profound question facing us apart from the one, Is there a God? Galaxy….
By Lorraine Burke on 04.03.2011
In a galaxy far away, there lives the happy version of each of us. I swear to you this is true. We just have to find them.
By Theo on 04.03.2011
the galaxy was made entirely of stars, going off into the distance, never ending. I was seeing more than I had ever seen before. there where millions, and I finally recognized how big space really are, that there are thousands upon thousands of galaxies everywhere.
By Quinn on 04.03.2011
the galaxy is full of everything. It holds everything around everywhere. Its vast and so big. the galaxy holds everything in the world. Its makes up the entire world and also includes the universe. That is how big the galaxy is. Its ginormous. Are you ginormous? i dont think so. but the galaxy is.
By Natalie Kim URL on 04.03.2011
Galaxy is a funny word. Like how many words can you think of that have an x in it? X-ray? Fine. But x is so uncommon.
By Lauren URL on 04.03.2011
in the far galaxy, there is a small tribe of Huphulumps. They are small deadly aliens who are planing to take over the earth, and make Earth their home The leader, is the most deadly. But, he is an outlaw from many other planets. the other people dont know this, so they treat them like a god. But he is planing to kill all the humans, and take earth for himself.
By louisa on 04.03.2011
stars, ocean. space ships and timestrech. starwars. beautiful. i want to see the stars. be an astronaut. starship troopers. bugs. i wonder if there are other people out there. do they look like us? what if pandora was real. vast. expansive. dark and dreamy. i bet it’s safe out there. except for meteors. easily dogged.
By elicia on 04.03.2011
I just want to thank the entire galaxy and everyone and everything in it for bringing my kitty home to me.
By Izolda on 04.03.2011
I’ve always wondered about inter galactic journeying. Almost like it was out of the box. But then not really, right? Are there inter galactic milky ways?
By aditi URL on 04.03.2011
In a million ways, the galaxy has always frightened me. the vast and unknown. In retrospect, my life falls similar to the galaxy. The vast, and unknown. One day, the galaxy be conquered. My life, one day will be conquered too.
By Meghan Stasny on 04.03.2011
I remember the days of Star wars. My brothers claimed I sounded like an Ewok when I was little whereas my dad said I sounded more like the squawking chimpanzee on National Encarta. I always wonder what would happen if they did indeed venture out to a galaxy far far away and what that might mean to the rest of us.
By EllieG on 04.03.2011
The galaxy was vast. Full of many stars. Some bright, some dim, some twinkled as your angle changed, some were plain and stayed the same, no matter how you looked at them. Nonetheless, there were many to behold. It was truly an amazing sight.
By Emory Allison Monroe on 04.03.2011
the galaxy is vast and in my opinion, a little too vast. How are we meant to understand something that is so big it doesn’t even have any comprehension just how big it actually is itself. The galaxy is pretty much an obese in denile.
By Suzanderson on 04.03.2011
millions of particles a whole world in one i wish i could reach it in my pocket like marbles
By Lina on 04.03.2011
It’s not like it’s so big. That would mean he’s so small, and he doesn’t feel so tiny. When conversation turns to a topic he understands, he boasts his voice to everyone who will listen. He is the last word; in his own mind, he is the massive force.
By Michelle URL on 04.03.2011
stars shine amongst the planets. the blue of the earth’s oceans merge into the green of the land, contrasting with the bright fluorescent orange of the sun. comets appear, dancing around the black canvas…
By Blue Kirkhope URL on 04.03.2011
What a beautiful place. One of a kind. Only to be observed. I wish i could see you in all your beauty, but that will always just be a dream. I wonder if others see you differently. I wonder.
By Enya Carroll on 04.03.2011
traversing the galaxy…….it would be nice to have time to do that.
By lia URL on 04.03.2011
So, galaxy isn’t really that big a thing on the universal scale. It’s really just a cluster of billions of starts, one among billions out there in the infinite vastness. It helps, though, to reflect on this scale to truly appreciate how minute our existence is in the greater universe. We are so tiny, here on this rock.
By David S. Gallant on 04.03.2011
We all live inside it. Sometimes it’s hard to think about how small we really are in comparison. Like lizards in a glass tank. What if there’s a higher being looking down at us, poking at us? Feeding us…flies? Yeah, something like that…
By S.Cake URL on 04.03.2011
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By maeracle URL on 04.03.2011
the galaxy has billions of stars with trillions of planets out of ehich several planets are Earth like and may support life.
By farid azam on 04.03.2011
We stand at the top of the hill, the wind so hard our eyes sting. We look up and that great sheet of sky is studded with hundreds of stars, blinking Morse, and though I know I live on a planet, and I’ve seen the stars on plenty of nights, it’s so hard to believe we are floating in space, in the hands of its infinite mercy, those galaxies like a wide illuminated banner, that might, one day, show us all the way home.
By Jeannie URL on 04.03.2011
By mnm on 04.03.2011
the galaxy is a huge place. maybe we will meet someone from another galaxy. more than likely we would not even recognize that they were from another galaxy. still, cool.
By Tris on 04.03.2011
Far-out tubular mind tist. Transporting my mind into a tunnle of infinate regions of the sweetest surrender. Help is on the way from another dimension far beyond the realms of reason.
By Eric Schatz on 04.03.2011
It is very vast. So vast that no one knows what is at the other end. I do not, for example, know. And I do not wish to know because knowing kills curiosity. And I don’t want that for myself.
By pjums on 04.03.2011
there was once a spaceship and in that spaceship there was a little green creature. He had 2 eyes and looked relatively normal apart from his greenish ski tone.. he loved t explore the galaxy to his hearts content. But not the space type galaxy, the chocolate. He was in fact a germ.
By hannah on 04.03.2011
Space, a galaxy is the universe in which we live in, are we alone? who knows. Each galaxy could have galaxies within them and so on and so on. Galaxy is also a very nice well known chocolate bar mmmmm chocolate!
By John Epton on 04.03.2011
The galaxy expanded and condensed, breathed, gasped, and died, in the space of a single second. And with that final whisper before the end, a trillion unknown souls looked up and gave thanks for all they had been given.
By Blake Waller on 04.03.2011
the galaxy is an elaborate place. there are smaller places within the large space of beyond our knowledge.
By Jen Mirra on 04.03.2011
the galaxy was expanding at an ever increasing rate. her head was spinning with the magnitude of this thought. if it continues to expand, she pondered, how far can it go? is it infinite? will it cease? will there be a starbucks? can i take the motorway? will i need to pack an extra bag? while deep in thought she failed to notice that she had stepped into the main lane of the bypass and was instantly splattered across 4 lanes of oncoming traffic. her corporeal galaxy expanding finitely.
By debra on 04.03.2011
In a galaxy far far away, George Lucas sets his best selling stories. Love, action, science fiction, and adventure. What else could you ask from a movie? Six movies to be exact, Which started with the 4th one. Now there’s a cartoon series and TONS of merchandise. Good job George Lucas.
By Michelle on 04.03.2011
I travel far and I travel fast,
and I assume as I do your love will last.
Visiting the worlds and with each of their suns,
I watch the sky thinking of you watching the same one.
So wait for me my love,
because you are my galaxy, my love.
By Kaillie URL on 04.03.2011
She whoshed through the stars. It was a wonderful feeling, and there was a slight breeze tickling the back of her ear. “Breeze?” the children asked. “What Breze? I thought she was in space.”
“Yeah, ” Timmy said. “how can she breathe in space?”
“It was only a dream.” said the teacher. “A dream that carries memory.”
By Warning Girl URL on 04.03.2011
there was once a galaxy. It has small blue væsner med lange klæer.. galeksen er stor er den er cirkulær og den cirkler i flere tusinde eksemplarer. Der er tusindvis ad dyr og liv og fødder. gfdvdd
By Bob on 04.03.2011
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