Celestial events Sep 2014: Third supermoon to start Sept. 9

September 4, 2014 / 0 comments

The third supermoon in 2014 will take place on Sept. 9. Earth’s healthy satellite will seem bigger and brighter than other unchanging full moons. Although not uncommon, a supermoon – scientifically called a perigee moon – can be utterly a spectacle, generally when it’s accompanied by what is called a “moon illusion.” “Generally speaking, full…

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The Final Supermoon, An Equinox And ISS Launches Highlight The …

September 3, 2014 / 0 comments

After an sparkling Aug that featured a “super” supermoon and a Perseid meteor shower, Sep might feel like a bit of a letdown for astronomy fans. But there are dual standout events this month: a final supermoon of a summer and an autumnal or vernal equinox, depending on your hemisphere. The final supermoon, completing a contingent…

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Supermoon, Mars and Saturn to Brighten Sep Sky

September 3, 2014 / 0 comments

This Sep will be a skywatcher’s pleasure as a third supermoon of this year, along with Mars, Saturn, and some of a evening’s brightest stars, will be manifest in a sky via a month. Sept. 1 kicked off a month’s astronomical events with a arrangement of Saturn and a crescent Moon alongside a Red Planet,…

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Is a Oct 8, 2014 full moon a supermoon?

September 3, 2014 / 0 comments

An astrologer, Richard Nolle, is credited for coining a tenure supermoon, that has now turn so widely used. He defines a supermoon as: … a new or full moon that occurs with a moon during or nearby (within 90% of) a closest proceed to Earth in a given orbit. Based on this definition, should a…

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Last supermoon of summer to be overshadowed by 2017 sum eclipse

September 1, 2014 / 0 comments

The third perigee, or “super” full moon to start this summer rises Sept. 9. But as large moons have gone, this one will be rather shrimpier. If we wish a genuine show, wait another 3 years, when a singular sum solar obscure takes place right overhead. Meanwhile, here’s what to know: Supermoons start when a…

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Month in Space: See a Supermoon and Other Super Sights

September 1, 2014 / 0 comments

Take a demeanour during a year’s brightest supermoon, a spacewalker’s-eye perspective of a universe and other outer-space highlights from Aug 2014. source ⦿ http://www.nbcnews.com/science/space/month-space-see-supermoon-other-super-sights-n192001

The many super of ‘supermoons’ rises this weekend

August 29, 2014 / 0 comments

CAUSES WELCOME BACK. THE MOON IS 31,000 MILES CLOSER THAN USUAL, AND IT’S KNOWN AS A SUPERMOON. DR. FOWLER JOINS US FROM N.A.S.A.’S GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER OUT OF GREENBELT, MARYLAND. WHEN DO WE GET OUR BEST VIEW OF THE SUPERMOON? THE SUPERMOON IS GOING TO BE OUT PRETTY MUCH ALL WEEKEND LONG. THE ACTUAL…

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Summer’s Biggest, Brightest Supermoon Lights Up a Night

August 27, 2014 / 0 comments

Sunday outlines summer’s biggest and brightest supermoon, with a full moon being a closest it will get to Earth during 2014. source ⦿ http://www.nbcnews.com/science/space/summers-biggest-brightest-supermoon-lights-night-n177411

Wallis: Supermoon

August 26, 2014 / 0 comments

Fall doesn’t strictly start until a autumnal equinox on Sep 22nd – and on a 9th, a third Supermoon of a summer will seem in a sky. And if we haven’t seen one yet, be certain to symbol your calendar. I find a moon’s trail confusing. In a perspective during home, a Sun marches predictably…

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Alien Mystery Solved: NASA Reveals a Truth About a Strange Figure …

August 25, 2014 / 0 comments

<!– Like us on Facebook –> Petro also settled that there was no probability of it being a figure on a moon; it could be something in a film that combined a figure, he said. Petro referred to a psychological materialisation called Pareidolia that is an apparition that creates one emanate an picture out of…

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