The largest mountain on Gemini B, Mount Bepis, glows red with its barely-contained chambers of fire. Every now and then it erupts, streams of lava flying into the air and thick globs of magma rolling across the hills.
Like so many "B-list" things, Gemini B is not quite so pleasant as its twin, Gemini A. Unforgiving red deserts and volcanoes are mounted by large military installations and a few hardy "outback" cities.
Oct 18, 2019 16:18:45 GMT -6
Scallio: He'd spent his entire childhood with space right outside his window. He watched for years as planets came and went like the seasons. One of two constants in his world of continuous change.