Tag Archives: solstice

Lessons from History? — L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – The Official Website

Once upon a time, I was the staff director of a Congressman’s office. He was a Republican. At that time, the Democrats held an overwhelming majority in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. 354 more words via Lessons from … Continue reading

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ASOD: Postcard from 1st International Sun Day (22 Jun 2014)

I spied a wonderful ‘postcard’ from Varages in southeastern France via the Astronomy Sketch of the Day this morning: I especially like the foreground sketches. The sun was ‘quiet’ on Sunday. http://www.asod.info/?p=12576

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The Sky this Week: December 20–29, 2013 | Astronomy.com

http://www.astronomy.com/observing/sky-this-week/2013/12/december-2029-2013 Giving equal time to the other astronomy publication. Also interesting for those of us in the Central time zone,  Winter begins at 11:11 am tomorrow. Posted from WordPress for Android via my Samsung smartphone. Please excuse any misspellings. Ciao, … Continue reading

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This Week’s Sky at a Glance – Homepage Observing – SkyandTelescope.com

http://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/home/236629861.html Winter Solstice tomorrow. … longest night of the year for Northern Hemisphere. Posted from WordPress for Android via my Samsung smartphone. Please excuse any misspellings. Ciao, Jon

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Most “super” supermoon of 2013 on June 22-23 | Tonight | EarthSky

Most “super” supermoon of 2013 on June 22-23 | Tonight | EarthSky. Tonight the largest appearing moon of the year, just in time for summer.

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My Midsummer Night’s Dream

Every year I look forward to the summer solstice in June, not because I’m in love with the heat and humidity that pervades Kansas, but rather because it signals the beginning of the shorter days and longer nights.  Until recently, … Continue reading

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