by Doctor Science
liberal japonicus seems to have been eaten by a grue again, so I'll do the open thread.
I can't see Ray Bradbury's death this week as a tragedy: he lived an extremely long, fruitful, and honored life, shaping the imaginations of millions of people, myself included.
The fact that his death occurred during the last Transit of Venus for the next hundred years makes me think of his story All Summer in a Day, one of the Bradbury stories burned most searingly into my mind.
Of course, I also think of Bradbury and Mars together, so have some Martian art:
Talk about Bradbury, vacation spots of the solar system, or whatever.