Earth Sky reports
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In 2016, the annual Orionid meteor shower is expected to rain down the greatest number of meteors before dawn on October 21 – though, unfortunately, under the light of the waning gibbous moon.
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I know that I am a day early for my usual SPACE ODDITIES post, but today is a special day and I found a special video highlighting some of the really cool things happening for the month of October. 195 more words
Your star-gazing calendar for October is in, and it’s going to be a good month.
Right now, Earth is passing through the tail of debris left behind by Halley’s Comet, which sounds scary, but it’s actually awesome, because it brings us the spectacular… 774 more words
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October’s Draconid meteor shower – sometimes called the Giacobinids – radiates from the fiery mouth of the northern constellation Draco the Dragon. Because the radiant is located so far north on the sky’s dome, this shower favors temperate and far-northern latitudes, such as the U.S., Canada, Europe and northern Asia.
The summer night never gets completes without the fireworks show. So, we went to Yeosu Firework show to complete our summer list. While skipping the TV channel, we coincidentally found out about the Yeosu firework show was supposed to take place near the Yi sun shin park, in yeosu. 281 more words
Today I am the pubtender over at dVerse Poet’s Pub and it is Haibun Monday! Today we will be writing about the night sky – watching the stars, meteor showers, making love under the night sky, the creatures of the night under the sky, dreams of the night sky, how it affects us – in other words, the night sky! 497 more words