Away out here they got a name

For rain and wind and fire

The rain is Tess, the fire Joe

And they call the wind Maria . . . *


Rumors said Abby was leaving.

Wind was blowing again. The solar wind, streaming out from the sun, entangling with the enormous magnetic field of Jupiter, causing the com to sing a mournful song. Not like the screechy whistlers on Earth, wailing up and down the scale as Earth's magnetic field trapped ionized particles and slammed them pole-to-pole along its curving lines of . . .

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