|Lacus Clyne (fields_of_hope) wrote in marinasylum,|
@ 2011-10-27 20:00:00
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[Video//Action | Open] MINGLE POST~
[A bit before "sunset," a softly smiling Lacus appears in the video.]
Good evening, Marina. Thanks to an inmate request, tonight we are going to observe a lovely meteor shower in the night sky using the star projector. I have arranged viewing areas on the beach with some light refreshments. However, you should be able to see the meteors from anywhere in the dome.
If anyone would like to see star patterns or other sky-scenes from their own worlds, please don't hesitate to contact me. If you have photos or descriptions I can make a program for the projector quite easily.
I hope everyone has a pleasant evening.
[For the first stretch of time after the dome goes dark, the stars are bright and still in the "sky." If you happen you be at the beach, you'll find a table with warm apple cider, hot cocoa, caramel apples and pear tarts and cinnamon cupcakes to snack on. Spread across the sand are warm blankets as well as a few candle-lit tables with seating.
Look toward the sky, and soon enough there is a twinkling as the first meteor streaks down, looking like it might land just at the border of dome and ocean. It vanishes and another takes its place, and soon the sky is filled with them. They burn brightly, the colors varying from white to orange to blue-tinged.
The shower goes on for a good hour, maybe more, before the meteors begin to lessen. Just as the last one falls, another streak of color appears across the dome. The gentle green of Earth's Northern Lights lingers there, the color very slowly shifting through a few different colors of the spectrum. These lights will remain until morning, changing and evolving into new colors and patterns throughout the night.