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When to See November’s Lunar Eclipse of the Beaver Moon

Fellow lunatics: November is offering some fantastic moon-centric entertainment, so turn off Netflix for once, and gaze up at Luna instead. November’s moon, known as “the beaver moon,” is not going to be a full eclipse, but it’s close: 98 percent lunar coverage, which is pretty good coverage, if you ask me.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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When to See November’s Lunar Eclipse of the Beaver Moon

Fellow lunatics: November is offering some fantastic moon-centric entertainment, so turn off Netflix for once, and gaze up at Luna instead. November’s moon, known as “the beaver moon,” is not going to be a full eclipse, but it’s close: 98 percent lunar coverage, which is pretty good coverage, if you ask me.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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When to See November’s Lunar Eclipse of the Beaver Moon

Fellow lunatics: November is offering some fantastic moon-centric entertainment, so turn off Netflix for once, and gaze up at Luna instead. November’s moon, known as “the beaver moon,” is not going to be a full eclipse, but it’s close: 98 percent lunar coverage, which is pretty good coverage, if you ask me.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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When to See the ‘Strawberry Moon,’ the Last Supermoon of 2021

If you’re an avid stargazer, June alone has been a crowded month in an otherwise busy year of celestial events. A solar eclipse, a planetary conjunction, and an asteroid careening within a reasonably close distance of the planet have added a nice bit of cosmic intrigue as the days get warmer and longer.Read more… Continue […]

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Blip: Astronomical Phenomena

Have you ever seen a full turbonic solar eclipse? It’s mesmerizing. It happens when the sun is blocked by the rising of the Great Turbo, which compresses our air to greater densities, improving humanity’s performance for the same amount of human displacement. The glowing area around the turbine is called a corona, and… Read more…

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How to Plan Travel to See an Aurora

It can feel nearly impossible to you access a sense of wonder in today’s all-the-information-anytime-you-want-it environment, but the answer, I find, is often in the natural world. Whether it’s feeling the strange cool breeze that arises during the totality of an eclipse, watching a thousand-strong starling murmurationRead more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Today’s Solar Eclipse Left a Path of Nightmarish Traffic in Its Wake

For months, even years, amateur astronomers, photographers, and anyone wanting the best possible view of today’s solar eclipse have been planning trips into the phenomenon’s path of totality. Now that it’s over, all that’s left are millions of grainy Instagram photos—and a traffic nightmare that traces the same path…Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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Yes, Your Kids Can Go Outside During the Solar Eclipse 

My friend who’s a third-grade teacher told me her school is in a panic today. The superintendent sent out a letter saying that all kids must stay indoors during the entire solar eclipse, and if they need to walk across campus for any reason (we’re in California, so not everything is covered by hallways), they […]

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