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welcome to the new amazing Galaxian Cruise Ship!

Deborah DeWall

on 14 November 2012

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli welcome to Galaxian Cruise Ship Galaxian Cruise Ship Our first stop, Mercury! For the cruise we stopped at Mercury, because
it was closest :). It was chilly in Mercury so
I had to wear two sweaters! The planet had deep plains and everyone jumped in and relaxed. It was a man made jacuzzi by the aliens. Mercury has a moon and it turns into a ride called " The Orbiter" it was the best ride ever!! Now to our next stop, Saturn. SATURN! Get ready to hear about one of the craziest stops at Galaxian Cruise Ship. Ok for Saturn we had to go on hot air balloons...BECAUSE ITS ONLY MADE OF GAS AND PARTICLES :o. We flew on the hot air balloon and went around on Saturns crazy rings. We took some photos and they came out great. Everyone loved the experience. People wanted to ride on the rings of Saturn, but they couldn't since it was made of gases and people would fall right through. After Saturn the cruise took us to look at some fascinating clouds, like the nebula. The Nebulan Experience When we stopped to look at the nebula
the staff told us some interesting facts
about it. The nebula is made up of hydrogen,
helium gas, dust and plasma. WOW. The view
from the cruise is extraordinary. For those of
you who may not know, a nebula is an interstellar cloud in outer space. Its not just an ordinary cloud, its unique.
Now lets look at some Asteroids, Comets and Meteors! Meteors, Comets and Asteroids Alrighty, comets are mainly made of dust and they grow tails when approaching the sun. So for this experience you'll need some science glasses, a white body suit and lots of courage! The fun doesn't stop here. For our next experience you'll need to have some hiking shoes, jeans and long sleeved shirt. Were going on ASTEROIDS! Asteroids are small rocky objects in the solar system. This will take you on one of the best journeys you can imagine. For our last acitivity for the day are the meteors! You can ride this one. Meteors are white trails across the sky also known as 'shooting stars'. This while take you on a voyage. The fun continues 'till the end so wait.! how long would it take? In space its a different type of time and distance. Distances are measured in astronomical units and light years. An astronomical unit is the distance from Earth to the Sun. To go on that voyage you'll need lots of clothes and gear! It is hot near the Sun. But your not done yet. After the astro space ship ride you'll ride the light year. A light year is the distance in which a ray of light would travel in one year. The ride is extremely fast and it goes so fast that you'll feel your heart coming out! No expectant mothers allowed please. O GIANTS! On the last stop of our tour you'll be seeing some extraordinary stars. Some red giants, blue giants, black holes and more! A red giant is a luminous giant star of low mass. This experience will be in your minds forever! The next star is the blue giant. A blue giant is a massive star that has hydrogen fuel in its core. Be careful cause it can be hot, so no touching! Now for the last and best part of our Galaxian Tour.....THE BLACK HOLE! wow it is dark in there. Nothing can escape, not even light. NOTHING. But no worries because I brought a flashlight and you can see everything inside. So I hope you enjoyed the tour. COME AGAIN! 6,000,000,000,000 light years later...
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