Ideabird 4/6/12

Meteor strikes on the moon are common. But material starts raining down on the moon base, the front edge of a massive debris field. There are large quantities of black diamonds, carbonadoes, mixed in. The excitement of the riches is diminished when its shown that carbonadoes are made inside supernovae, and these black diamonds are a precursor of asteroid-sized iron chunks of supernova core rocketing through our system.

© Tony Jonick 2013