Explanation: Brilliant Venus and the central Milky Way rise in the early morning hours of March 1 in this sea and skyscape. The scene looks out from a beach at Sea Isle City, New Jersey, USA, planet Earth. Of course, Earth orbits well within the solar system’s habitable zone, that Goldilocks region not too close and not too far from the Sun where surface temperatures can support liquid water. Similar in size to Earth, Venus lies just beyond the inner boundary of the habitable zone. The watery reflection of light from our inhospitable sister planet is seen along a calm, cold ocean and low cloud bank.
The Editor: Lois, all of our files were destroyed by a malicious virus, can you do an emergency article, for our loyal readers?
Disappointed Cat: Yes. This is my most disappointing moment as a cat-reporter. I was alerted years ago about a big story concerning T and T, not the explosive but the more dangerous one. Naturally I assumed it was my family members, it wasn’t, but I missed the most important headline since our President was surprised about the Russian Freedom Fighters liberating parts of Ukraine. Our government is so busy listening to our conversations that the Ruskies get a pass.
The Editor: What story or headline did you miss out on, DC ?
Domestic Abuse Cat: IKE BEATS TINA ( TURNER ) to DEATH.