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    Does this have anything to do with the uptick in quakes?

    "It’s the closest new moon of the year, which qualifies it as a new moon supermoon"

    New supermoon – and Black Moon – on February 18, 2015 | EarthSky.org

    http://earthsky.org/tonight/hear-ye-...4e91-394175453

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    Everything you need to know: Groundhog Day 2015

    It has its roots in astronomy, in the sense that it’s a seasonal festival, tied to the movement of Earth around the sun.

    http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essent...94175453#roots

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    Huge asteroid to sweep close on January 26

    Asteroid 2004 BL86 will be closer than any known asteroid this large until 2027. How to watch in the sky with telescopes or strong binoculars … or online.

    http://earthsky.org/space/asteroid-2...3de3-394175453

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    Originally posted by lewisb View Post
    ""The Stars like Dust""
    remembering a great Sci Fi book title

    So, John, you trying to make me feel small ???
    Humbling stuff, Lewis! The universe, however, for all of its stars, is mainly empty! Like my brain!

    Friday night’s rare triple shadow transit of Jupiter

    Three moon shadows at once on Jupiter Friday night! It won’t happen again for U.S. observers until the year 2032. You can also watch online.

    http://earthsky.org/space/friday-nig...3904-394175453

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    ""The Stars like Dust""
    remembering a great Sci Fi book title

    So, John, you trying to make me feel small ???

    I also remember that someone said that the number of stars was about the same as the number of grains of sand on all the beaches of the earth...

    YES !!! 10 sextillion stars...a sextillion is 10 to the 21st power--(21 zeros) in America/// 36 zeros in Europe


    So, there’s your answer, Sheldon. For some “back of the napkin” math we can guess that there are more stars in our Universe than there are grains of sand on all the beaches of Earth.

    Oh, one more thing. Instead of grains of sand, what about atoms? How big is 10 sextillion atoms? How huge would something with that massive quantity of anything be? Pretty gigantic. Well, relatively at least. 10 sextillion of anything does sound like a whole lot.
    If you were to make a pile of that many atoms… guess how big it would be. It’d be about…. (gesture big then gesture small) 4 times smaller than a dust mite. Which means, a single grain of sand has more atoms than there are stars in the Universe.
    http://www.universetoday.com/106725/...nd-than-stars/
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    This is not an end-time sign but it is very interesting and shows the infinite universe (are there more?) that we may be able to explore, in heaven, if we want to and the Lord allows it?

    Video: Fly through the largest picture ever taken

    Fly-through video of the largest image ever taken, of the Andromeda galaxy, nearest spiral galaxy to our Milky Way. Prepare to feel small!



    http://earthsky.org/space/video-fly-...06be-394175453
    I am going to put this on my "GOD'S ETERNAL UNIVERSE" site, http://vaulterjohn.tripod.com/universe.html

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    In 2015, first of six supermoons comes on January 20

    Spring tides accompany January 2015’s supermoon. Will the tides be larger than usual at the January, February and March new moons? Yes, all new moons (and full moons) combine with the sun to create larger-than-usual tides, but perigee new moons (or perigee full moons) elevate the tides even more.

    http://earthsky.org/tonight/in-2015-...abbd-394175453

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    reminds me of letters sent to nasa by children in the 1960's...
    one read "I can go (into space)after school, but have to be home before dark" another said he could go into space during summer vacation... My favorite was a girl writing Nasa saying that she would be a good choise because "I've been weightless several times"

    Yes, imho Teen girls do that quite often

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    Planetary alignment January 4 will make us weigh less? Of course not

    The idea we will all weigh less and even experience a floating sensation due to a planetary alignment on January 4, 2015 (#zeroday) is entirely false.

    Gosh, just when the rumor of 3-6 days of total darkness in December is beginning to die down, another crazy rumor has begun – ahem – floating around the webosphere. Will there be a planetary alignment on January 4, 2015, which will cause a “decrease of gravity,” causing us all to weigh slightly less and even “float?” Of course not. Come on, guys. Get a grip.

    http://earthsky.org/human-world/plan...266f-394175453

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    Awesome.

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    Signs In Heavens: Bright Comet Lovejoy Set to Light Up Christmas & the New Year

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    Everything you need to know: December solstice 2014

    http://earthsky.org/earth/everything...053c-394175453

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    Days of darkness this December? Of course not.

    Heard the rumor that “NASA says” Earth will experience several days of total darkness in December 2014? Not true, of course.

    This rumor has spread like wildfire, as did the same rumor in 2011, which called for days of darkness caused by the erstwhile Comet Elenin. 2014’s version of the rumor apparently first began with this article from Hutzlers.com.

    http://earthsky.org/earth/nasa-quell...b59c-394175453

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    Earth has its own Star-Trek-like invisible shield

    Scientists studying Earth’s Van Allen belts have found an invisible shield that blocks ultrafast electrons from moving deeper into Earth’s atmosphere.

    In the 1950s, James Van Allen made one of the first major discoveries of the space age when he and his team found Earth’s two Van Allen radiation belts. These doughnut-shaped rings high above Earth are filled with high-energy electrons and protons. They swell and shrink in response to incoming energy disturbances from the sun, as they protect Earth from space radiation and the effects of our sun’s activity.

    The newly found boundary layer is roughly 7,200 miles (11,600 km) above Earth’s surface. The Van Allen belts themselves extend up to 25,000 miles (40,000 km) high.

    http://earthsky.org/space/earth-has-...06ba-394175453
    And to think that all of this happened randomly!

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    Meteor streaks over eastern US Monday night

    ATLANTA (WXIA) – Dozens of reports of a fireball crossing the sky emerged Monday evening across 12 eastern states, from as far north as the Great Lakes states and extending as far south as Georgia.

    http://www.11alive.com/story/news/na...ight/18447239/
    Any Wedgies see this?

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