2015 will have 6 supermoons and 1 blue moon

January 6, 2015 / 0 comments

Lo and behold! Six supermoons and one blue moon will arise over a Earth during a march of 2015. Skygazers will have 6 chances this year to see a supermoon,  when a full moon’s coming coincides with a perigee—the indicate during that a moon is closest to earth. When this occurs, a moon will seem…

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New comet named Lovejoy gracing Harford skies in January

January 3, 2015 / 0 comments

A newly-discovered comet that has been orbiting a object for many thousands of years should be manifest in a skies over Harford County, and around a region, via January. lRelated TowsonWondering about a star of wonderSee all related “As we symbol a branch of a calendar this New Year’s there’s an sparkling event to viewpoint…

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Bogus viral images roundup of 2014 includes hulk Montana grasshopper

January 2, 2015 / 0 comments

Jan 1, 2015 7:59 PM by David Sherman – MTN News, Great Falls With a arise of digital photography programs such as Photoshop and online picture tools, it’s turn really easy for people to emanate fraudulent cinema — which, in a age of amicable media, can fast benefit recognition and widespread opposite a internet. Matt…

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A New Year’s Dawn

January 2, 2015 / 0 comments

With a new year afoot, we try to make resolutions for a improved we and this Christmas we was means a ‘vape’ coop by my eldest and have been tobacco giveaway for 9 days. The will is there however since of a story we review about CJOnline Editor Sherman Smith’s sister, Stephanie.  This extraordinary lady…

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Look up! There’s lots to see in a sky in 2015

January 1, 2015 / 0 comments

This picture of a span of interacting galaxies named Arp 273 is from a NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The twisted figure of a bigger of a dual galaxies shows signs of tidal interactions with a smaller sized of a two. It is believed that a smaller universe has radically upheld by approach of a bigger…

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Supermoon eclipse, meteor showers on 2015 skywatching calendar

January 1, 2015 / 0 comments

The prominence of 2015 for skywatchers could be a fluke of a “supermoon” and a late-night full lunar obscure in September. Otherwise, there are copiousness of chances to see apart planets and sharpened stars. There are also certain to be sightings of a International Space Station over Baltimore, with NASA wanderer Terry Virts, a Columbia…

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Astronomical Highlights of 2015

December 29, 2014 / 0 comments

Get your astronomical calendars ready. Perfect for backyard and civic star gazers, these will be a tip stellar highlights for 2015. Photos by Eric Africa The planets Venus and Jupiter lapse to a dusk skies this January. Jupiter will be rising in a easterly as Venus sets in a west. Both planets will be so…

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State Fair steals and grill controversies tip 10 many renouned stories of 2014

December 29, 2014 / 0 comments

Editor’s note: Another year has come and gone, so we are looking behind on a most-read CultureMap stories of 2014 — from a State Fair to a supermoon sighting, among many other noted — if not wholly pleasing — moments. 1. How to get each bonus probable for State Fair of Texas 2014. The State…

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24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

December 28, 2014 / 0 comments

Don’t get us wrong. Space-based telescopes like Hubble and Spitzer brought us positively stunning images of low space this year. But some of a many out-of-this-world images of space taken in 2014 came from star-obsessed photographers right here on Earth. Your friends during HuffPost Science asked we to share your best astrophotography, and we’ve dull…

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Will You Be Able to Float on Jan. 4, aka "Zero G Day"? Hint: No.

December 24, 2014 / 0 comments

If we wish a math, afterwards here we go: Even if we supplement all of a planets together, they lift on we with a force reduction than 2 percent of that of a Moon! The Daily Buzz Live essay mentions tides, too, though that’s even worse: The total tidal force from a planets is distant less,…

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