Yes, Greenwich it is, not asteroid 9037 Greenwich, but the old town that is the zero point of Earth’s longitude and time.
It’s about 2 AM on Sunday morning, March 20. We got back yesterday evening from our trip to London and the planet walk on Fortune Green. Continue reading “Planet walk, and Palm Sunday equinox”
British Science Week is March 11 to 20: Continue reading “The Thousand-Yard Model in a London park”
The first of this year’s two total eclipses is drawing near: March 9, to be seen from within a narrow path across the Earth:
We learned from a recent newspaper item that there is a list of Britain’s “Top Ten Beaches,” calculated Continue reading “The most beautiful place in the world”
No, it was like a gold, gold lily –
But today is Burns Day.
The sky over the sea yesterday morning.
And an older painting, pulled out of a closet, of an evening scene in the agora of Athens, where Socrates used to stroll with his friends.
If you could have looked down through my ceiling during the evenings – not just the evenings – of Continue reading “A confession about the Final Astronomical Calendar”