Perseids face daze of Aug ‘super moon’

July 26, 2014 / 0 comments

No unjustifiable hype this year – that’s my motto, and I’m adhering to it. Not since we wish to, though. Let me explain. Next month is August, and that means a fantastic Perseid Meteor Shower is on a doorstep. Well, a problem with that this year is that a full moon – and nonetheless another…

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Two some-more supermoons will lighten summer nights – Walla Walla Union

July 25, 2014 / 0 comments

If we missed a supermoon on Jul 12, you’ll get second and third chances to see one on Aug. 10 and Sept. 9. The tenure “supermoon” relates to a new or full moon that occurs when a moon is within 90 percent of a closest proceed to Earth in a given orbit. Although it is…

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Supermoon shines on tides of fun during Saturday’s Hot Summer Jazz & Art

July 25, 2014 / 0 comments

“We have a raffle, poetic items, and people will get one sheet for each $10 they spend,” during a booths clinging usually to strange art, humanities and crafts, and other merchandise. “We have some overwhelming prizes,” for a raffle where tickets could usually be acquired by purchases, a approach pronounced Wunder, “To inspire people to…

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Pittsburgh Gets Ready To View The Supermoon

July 25, 2014 / 0 comments

PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio1020 KDKA) – It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no it’s a Supermoon! Robert Mangino and Rose Ryan-Douglas found out on a KDKA Afternoon News what accurately is so super about a Supermoon. Dr. Brendan Mullan, executive of a Buhl Planetarium and Observatory during a Carnegie Science Center, pennyless down what we can design…

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Would a Real ‘SuperMoon’ Please Stand Up?

July 25, 2014 / 0 comments

Want to stay on tip of all a space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter The perigee Full Moon of Jun 22nd, 2013. Credit: Russell Bateman (@RussellBateman1) ‘Tis a deteriorate once again, when brute Full Moons impending perigee seem ramble a summer skies to a breathless exhortations of many an astronomical neophyte during will. We know……

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Manhattanhenge Plus Supermoon Equals Super-Sunset

July 23, 2014 / 0 comments

The full moon is bigger and brighter than normal this weekend, all over a world, though there’s a special provide in store for New Yorkers: a multiple of a Supermoon with a nightfall materialisation famous as Manhattanhenge. Call it “Moonhattanhenge.” “You don’t always get this kind of thing,” Jackie Faherty, an astronomer during a American…

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Supermoon Stripers for Outdoor Life’s Summer Interns

July 23, 2014 / 0 comments

As my friend Paul and we fraudulent a initial eels of a night, we watched my father thread a 9-inch Slug-Go onto a jig-head. we was confused, since we suspicion we had copiousness of eels in a live-well. When it comes to stripers, live bait—especially live eel—almost always trumps artificials. “Don’t we wish a offshoot…

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More Supermoons Ahead This Summer

July 23, 2014 / 0 comments

Summer of Super Moons? Don’t tatter if work, skeleton or bad continue prevented we from saying a supermoon this month. It’s returning in August, and it promises to be bigger and better, according to astronomers.  The supermoon on Aug. 10 will be a second of 3 uninterrupted supermoons this summer. Stargazers were treated to a…

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Super moon in Aug will gleam a brightest: Press Run

July 22, 2014 / 0 comments

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio – Midsummer evenings are sorcery with a wink of fireflies, singing frogs and trilling toads, not to discuss a clicking sound of bats during work clearing a sky of annoying flies, drifting beetles, tree deleterious moths and mosquitoes.   As we enjoyed a comfortable glow in my neighbor’s outside grate during July’s…

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Missed a Supermoon This Month? The One in Aug Will Be Even Better

July 22, 2014 / 0 comments

Summer of Super Moons? Don’t tatter if work, skeleton or bad continue prevented we from saying a supermoon this month. It’s returning in August, and it promises to be bigger and better, according to astronomers.  The supermoon on Aug. 10 will be a second of 3 uninterrupted supermoons this summer. Stargazers were treated to a…

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