A Supermassive Black Hole Destroys A Star

Have you ever wondered what a star looks like as it’s ripped apart by a supermassive black hole? Probably not. But thanks to the diligent eyes at NASA and Ohio State University, you don’t have to wonder, you can see it for yourself.




Let’s scale the heights.

Be careful of the crevices.

The deep valleys.

The empty holes.

Climb the next ridge.

Enter through an opening.

Small as a fly.

Hear the blood pound.

The synapses sizzle and pop.

Journey through the darkness.

Through the unknown.

Exhilarating as an electric storm.

Colorful as a fireworks display.

A ride through space and time.


The Milky Way as seen from Antelope Canyon, Arizona


The Milky Way or maybe

a journey into the unknown.

A blood red adventure

transcending time and space.

A wild ride through the galaxies.

Flying high on a shooting star.

Tilting at rainbows and moonbeams.

Close your eyes and feel the red.


What does it feel like?

To free fall

through the air.

To let yourself go

to the feeling.

To step back and jump.

Nothing but air

until you hit the water.

To believe in yourself.

To believe in the water

to cushion your fall.


An escape from life.

An escape from reality.

What does it feel like?

I’ll let you know

after I hit the water.