The Tiny Star

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7 Responses to The Tiny Star

  1. islar says:

    So good

  2. Ross Mannell (Team 100WC) says:

    Hello Islam,

    By chance, I am a Team 100WC member who loves science fiction so your story immediately caught my attention. You also seem to like science fiction and have some knowledge of space and what might be in the future as you shared your adventure to the stars. Well done!

    Your story is well written with your care in spelling, punctuation, correct grammar and creativity. My only suggestion would be sentences don’t normally start with “but’. Again, well done.

    I particularly liked your idea of spaceships powered by the stars. There is work being done on the use of solar “wind” to power spacecraft within our Solar System so being powered by the stars might be a future we have. Solar wind is a plasma stream constantly coming from our sun. Great science, Islam.

    Please keep entering the 100WC. Your growing writing skills and creative ideas should be shared with the world.

    Ross Mannell (Team 100WC)
    Teacher (retired), N.S.W., Australia

    P.S. Since you are a science fan, I thought I would share some ideas with you,,,

    Light Year – This is the distance light travels in one year. Many think it’s time but it’s distance – about 9,460,730,472,580 kilometres
    Our Sun’s centre – It’s thought the centre of our sun might have a temperature of around 15,000,000 degrees so your star would be massively hot. Maybe your small star is a type of white dwarf star but they aren’t that hot so it may be something very different.

    I love the possibilities in your story.

  3. rahmr says:

    Well Done!

  4. azads says:

    Great job and congratulations of being nominated.

  5. rahmi says:

    I love space and this is amazing!

  6. begum2 says:

    Well detailed!

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