Nuclear Furnace Rising

A typical G-type main-sequence star (commonly referred to as a “yellow dwarf”), approximately 4½ billion years old, as seen from the surface of a small, rocky planet situated within the star’s habitable zone, at a distance of about 150 million kilometres, close to a quarter to nine in the morning, local time.

Nice weather for it, too.

Nuclear Furnace Rising
2015 © Bjørnar Andre Haveland
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