So, the Full Moon of January 31 was red, white, and blue? Continue reading “Was it a Blue Moon, Blood Moon, Supermoon?”
On January 31 the Moon will be Full, for the second time in this month, and it will be totally eclipsed.
The planets are still mostly in the morning sky.
– Continue reading “Sky scene tomorrow, and another Instar”
Here is another scene with pairs of planets, Mars and Jupiter high, Mercury and Saturn down low, tomorrow morning.
Mercury is closest Continue reading “Astronomical Calendar 2018, Instar 3”
You can still see Mars close to Jupiter by getting up tomorrow morning.
Click on the new tab in the menu at the top. Continue reading “Astronomical Calendar 2018 is born”
Here’s my space picture redrawn.
While presidents threaten each other’s countries with nuclear obliteration, or repress and starve and bombard their own citizens, other humans of more constructive character Continue reading “Transnational science”
You’ve probably read about this unprecedented visitor from inter-stellar space. I thought you’d like to see its trajectory through our solar system.
This is how the great-circle route from London to Puerto Vallarta should have looked. Beginning,