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Kirychan1226 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Your planetary Moe is just

Adorable

It's so


Moe
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moonmun Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you probably won't read this but lol okay im sorry

first, love the fact that you have some passion about the heavenly body :D please continue be enthusiastic about it, and stay curious

second, entertainment-wise, it's refreshing to see science related art, not many artist do that because well.. portraying the beauty of the vast universe into gijinkas is just.. you know. yeah probably you do it for fun, it's not a sin anyway

which leads to my question, what are you doing right now? what are you studying i mean e_e i'm curious thank you and have a good day
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GoulCaller Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know that you don't do requests, but I think that it'd be really cool if you did something on Herschel's Garnet Star (Mu Cephei en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mu_Cep…). It's honestly my favourite star and I think you could do it justice xD
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MangaShanPrincess Featured By Owner Edited Jun 3, 2015  Student Writer
Hi Rosel, I know you're closed for requests, but I had a burning suggestion for a Planetary Moe comic strip. It's just for a little trivia I thought you might find interesting. First, I was watching a short space documentary on YouTube, explaining how the solar winds from the Sun and Earth play a role in creating the phenomenon we know as  The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights)...

The Northern Lights are actually a result of collisions between the gaseous particles from Earth and the charged particles from the sun; known as the Solar Winds. As the inner plasma of the sun's core boils up, it becomes so hot that it forms an electrically charged magnetic field around it as a result of intense heat. This causes the Sun to enter a phase called Solar Maximum, which causes some of these charged particles to escape the magnetic field. As these particles come into conflict with Earth's atmosphere, it creates a band of ghostly colours around its most northern pole - which is in fact the Aurora. 

.... The Arctic Circle and the countries in the Lapland region (Finland, Norway, Sweden etc) are right smack in the middle where these gas particles are in conflict with the solar wind, and therefore the reason why it is such a hotspot for the Aurora/Northern Lights sightings. 

Another pointer I may add: In the southernmost parts of Australia and Antarctica, the same phenomenon can occur, though it reaches at the southern pole - however we call it the Aurora Australis (Southern Lights). At the moment, Tasmania is the most popular place to see Aurora Australis.

Thanks Rosel!

x MangaShan.
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Unitlost Featured By Owner May 7, 2015
I have no clue why I didn't look at this section of your gallery sooner.  It is now my favorite. <333
I've been wondering this for a little while; are Saturn's rings stuck there, or can he take them off?  If they're stuck there, how does he go to bed at night?
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