Supermoon Eclipses Sun as Northern Hemisphere Spring Arrives

April 17, 2015 / 0 comments

(Bloomberg) — At 6:47 p.m. in New York, a object will cross the astronomical equator and open will start in a Northern Hemisphere. The large impulse will start during 10:47 p.m. in London, 7:47 a.m. Saturday in Tokyo. In Wellington, New Zealand, and Sydney, as good as Sao Paulo and a rest of a Southern…

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The Supermoon in Birmingham: We wish we to send us your pictures

April 15, 2015 / 0 comments

It is not a bad moon that’s rising over Birmingham tonight – it’s a Supermoon. Weather permitting, depending where we are in a UK it could be an implausible sight…. as will tomorrow’s singular solar eclipse. Tonight (Thursday) a earth and moon will be as tighten together as they can be, giving arise to a…

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Solar Eclipse, Supermoon, And Spring Equinox: Celestial Bingo Or An Omen?

April 9, 2015 / 0 comments

Solar obscure coinciding with supermoon and a open equinox that occurred this Friday has certain spin a hottest subject of a week in amicable media. It worried sentiments trimming extravagantly from utterly systematic mindfulness to cryptic fear – a latter being strongly fueled by geopolitical events of late and, substantially to a larger extent, a…

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A Solar Eclipse AND A Supermoon Happening On The Same Day: Mar 20, 2015

April 8, 2015 / 0 comments

It’s one thing to knowledge a supermoon on a own, though to have it start on a same day as a sum solar obscure is a singular connection of events. And this, right after a pretentious arrangement of the northern lights! What creates this an even rarer occurrence is it’s holding place on a initial…

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Spring Equinox Supermoon solar eclipse: Rare astronomical materialisation will make …

April 3, 2015 / 0 comments

The biggest solar obscure in Britain given 1999 will be even some-more special than initial suspicion – given a night before there will be a Supermoon. On a morning of Mar 20, a moon will cover a sun, restraint out adult to 98 per cent of a light. But as if this were not considerable…

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Supermoon vs. Minimoon: Sizing Up Earth’s Satellite

April 3, 2015 / 0 comments

Robert Vanderbei is a highbrow in a Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering during Princeton University and co-author, with J. Richard Gott, of a National Geographic book “Sizing Up a Universe“ (National Geographic, 2010). Vanderbei has been an astrophotographer given 1999, and he frequently posts new images on his astro gallery website. Vanderbei contributed…

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Supermoon vs. Minimoon: Sizing Up Earth’s Satellite

April 1, 2015 / 0 comments

Robert Vanderbei is a highbrow in a Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering during Princeton University and co-author, with J. Richard Gott, of a National Geographic book “Sizing Up a Universe“ (National Geographic, 2010). Vanderbei has been an astrophotographer given 1999, and he frequently posts new images on his astro gallery website. Vanderbei contributed…

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Solar Eclipse, Supermoon and Spring Equinox: 3 Celestial Shows in One Day

March 26, 2015 / 0 comments

When a solar obscure darkened a skies over tools of Europe, Africa and Asia on Friday, dual other astronomical shows occurred – a entrance of an oversized moon dubbed “supermoon” and a open equinox. As with other solar eclipses, a trail of assemblage was singular to a Faeroes and a Svalbard archipelago in a North…

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Freaky Friday: Solar eclipse, Supermoon, open equinox

March 26, 2015 / 0 comments

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Solar Eclipse, Supermoon and Spring Equinox: 3 Amazing Celestial Shows in …

March 25, 2015 / 0 comments

When a solar obscure darkened a skies over tools of Europe, Africa and Asia on Friday, dual other astronomical shows occurred – a entrance of an oversized moon dubbed “supermoon” and a open equinox. As with other solar eclipses, a trail of assemblage was singular to a Faeroes and a Svalbard archipelago in a North…

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