October 28, 2009

New Planet Discovered

Scientists were flying high when they were able to capture this photo of recently discovered exo-planet DeZKo-54. The atmosphere of the exo-planet is marked by strong pulsations and a fine white powder.

Scientists were also able to capture one photo of this whirling phenomena located in Boelin Alley, an area of the galaxy marked by numerous violent and often ill-aimed collisions. They suspect that bizarre objects of this type are everywhere in our solar system where they exert a tremendous monetary-gravitational pull on other rotund-bipedal objects and strip them of their precious metals.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can't believe you said all that.

November In My Soul said...

I took these photos at the local "Boelin Alley" during a birthday party. One of my rare attempts at humor.

s-p said...

I was going to say, "...or the disco ball was in rare form." :)