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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Flyby tonight

Feels like September or October  with this heat. (Or July everywhere else.) & look at that Moon! Definitely a harvest Moon, I've never seen it so big! There's going to be a flyby tonight too. The International Space Station will make a pass heading from West/SouthWest and traveling Northeast 10:23pm 40o (that's almost straight over head.) Lasting 6 minutes across the night sky. It will look like a yellowish-white light or ball, like an airplane will not make a single sound! I'll be watching...

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Lunar Eclipse 2015

The last Lunar Eclipse in North America for two years will be in the early morning of Saturday, April 4, 2015 at 4:55am and will last for 10 minutes in totality. The eclipse will start slowly at 3:00am until it reaches totality.