Being interested in astronomy I've used this theme in quite a few blog posts. Hodges' model cannot only act as a repository for a constellation of ideas - the model is up there in the constellations - in several forms including - The Southern Cross, Crux.
I thought about the Milky Way, but was disappointed about the scope for finding h2cm there on two counts:
- we (and more especially our children) can hardly see the Milky Way such is the light pollution;
- the Milky Way does not reflect Hodges' model - which axis would it be?
One day, there will be two bands of star dust across the night sky:
Image source: The Southern Cross
International Year of Astronomy
Kepler Star Wheel