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

March 24, 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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Friday’s Packed: Spring, Solar Eclipse, Super Moon…

March 24, 2015 / 0 comments

Do we remember, lo about a start of a year, when your amicable media feeds and your email inbox and your magazines were full of lists suggesting how we could make 2015 a many efficient, simply managed year yet? No some-more strenuous to-do lists, no some-more opposing commitments, usually easier days ahead. Supermoon Returns to…

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Vernal Equinox 2015: Solar eclipse, supermoon flog off open in a Northern …

March 23, 2015 / 0 comments

Sunrise during a Tidal Basin on Apr 11, 2014, with cherry blossoms in arise bloom. (Kevin Ambrose) Spring strictly starts with a vernal equinox currently – nonetheless it frequency feels like it in a eastern U.S., where winter is creation an unwelcome comeback. At 6:45 p.m. EDT on Mar 20, a object appears directly overhead…

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Black supermoon 2015: when is it and can we see it?

March 22, 2015 / 0 comments

With 2015’s solar eclipse done and dusted – and in many tools of a UK vaporous by cloud – courtesy now turns to Friday’s second celestial events. This dusk heralds a third supermoon of 2015, yet it too might infer something of a disappointment. When is a 2015 supermoon? We’ve already had dual supermoons so distant this year,…

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Triple Header: Solar Eclipse and (Invisible) Super Moon Welcome Spring Equinox

March 22, 2015 / 0 comments

The initial day of open is heralded this year by a solar obscure that will strech full assemblage with a new super moon on tip of a world, and astronomy buffs are entertainment during points north to watch a moon peck out a sun’s rays for a brief instant. Much of Europe is gearing adult…

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Watch: Supermoon creates Supertide in France

March 21, 2015 / 0 comments

Some 10,000 people accumulate during Mont Saint-Michel in northern France to watch what has been billed as “the high waves of a century” cut a lifelike landmark off from a mainland. Duration: 00:46 Video supposing by AFP Newslook source ⦿ http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2015/03/21/supertide-video/25152483/

Your Take: How to take super photos of a supermoon

March 21, 2015 / 0 comments

Last SlideNext Slide A supermoon rises over Seattle in 2014.(Photo: Tim Durkan, Your Take) What a week for skywatching. First, a halo borealis, afterwards a solar eclipse and tonight, a “Supermoon.” The “Supermoon” occurs when a moon is tighten to a horizon, causing it to seem bigger and brighter. Tonight’s occurrence is a third of…

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Total solar eclipse, supermoon, equinox: Friday’s astronomical triple play

March 20, 2015 / 0 comments

Friday is a outrageous day for skywatchers, charity a singular trifecta of astronomical events – a sum solar eclipse, a supermoon, and a vernal equinox. The remote Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard charity some of a best views of a eclipse, that took place early on Friday and was not manifest from a U.S. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT…

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Celestial Friday: Total Eclipse, Supermoon, Equinox and Nowruz to Overlap

March 20, 2015 / 0 comments

Astronomers, eat your hearts out. Friday outlines a singular overlie of a start of spring, a total solar obscure and a supermoon. And for some cultures, a day is generally noteworthy: The initial day of open – that falls on a vernal equinox – also outlines Nowruz, the Persian New Year, celebrated by communities in a…

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Spring trifecta ends superb week — solar eclipse, supermoon and equinox

March 19, 2015 / 0 comments

A sum solar eclipse. (NASA) The past few days have been good for sky-watchers as a beautiful aurora sank as distant south as a Midwest and Northeast on Tuesday night, a result of a serious geomagnetic storm. And Friday will supplement even some-more fame as 3 astronomical events coincide on one day: a total solar eclipse, a supermoon and…

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