just a little heartache: Departing the Moon, photographed by Apollo 17, December 1972.

Showing the terminator on the lunar farside. The peaked crater at left is Tsiolkovskiy, again.

No date and time information attached to these images, but presumably just after escape from lunar orbit at midnight on the 16th.

Image credit: NASA/JSC/ASU. Animation: AgeOfDestruction.


"I’m alone except for Beetee, who still lies in front of me, being sustained by his army of machines. Where are the others, then? Peeta, Finnick, Enobaria, and…and…one more, right? Either Johanna or Chaff or Brutus was still alive when the bombs began. I’m sure they’ll want to make an example of us all. But where have they taken them? Moved them from hospital to prison?"


       It seemed to take Sirius an age to fall. His body curved in a graceful arc as he sank backward through the

ragged veil hanging from the arch…

       And Harry saw the look of mingled fear and surprise on his godfather’s wasted, once-handsome face as he

fell through the ancient doorway and disappeared behind the veil, which fluttered for a moment as though in a

high wind and then fell back into place.