Rubix Calisto

Fiery-Fire

Toronto, Canada

Artist's Description

Bryce + Apo + PS7+ manipulation

The rise of the Rubix Moon in Calisto nebula is always accompanied by meteors displays and skies on fire ;) it is the gravitational field shift, what pulls the meteors. Luckily they don’t reach the planet surface, just burn and dissolve in the atmosphere and give stunning ‘fireworks effects’ to
watch. No wonder everybody calls Rubix the red moon.

Resources used in the image from devArt and my own library.

Top-10 in I’ve got a bad feeling about this… at Sci Fi 2011-12-11

wow!!
Featured in Universal Innovation 11-21-2009
(5 images in one shot ;) )

Featured in Sci Fi 03-17-2010

Featured in Breaking The Boundaries 05-07-2010

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