Mars becomes stationary on June 30. It has fallen back, as far as it will go, Continue reading “End of a loop”
On Monday June 27 comes the year’s Continue reading “From here on down”
Today the Sun reaches solstitium, Continue reading “Somersaulting toward the Sun”
Here is how Mars, Antares, and Saturn are now grouped as the Moon again comes cruising over them.
There have been many messages expressing regret that Continue reading “Moonlight through Weeds”
A look-forward to next year’s great eclipse. Here is the sky as seen in the middle of it, from the middle of the USA, at 2017 August 21, Continue reading “Sudden darkness two Augusts ahead”
I love Europe. That’s my reason for hoping Britain will vote, on June 23, to stay in the European Union.
So I leave to Continue reading “Brexit will break it”
To return to the subject of how orbits appear when plotted geocentrically (that is, with the Earth stationary).