Hey, everyone! I’m excited and thankful to the great people over at Sky at Night Magazine for publishing my latest Word of the Month column. This month, I talk about one of my favorite words in all of English, syzygy. I hope you’ll click through, give it a read, like, comment, share, etc. Thanks!
Originally posted on How I See It:
NASA plans thorough coverage of the 21 August solar eclipse according to this announcement. Highlights will be broadcast live from unique locations coast-to-coast, aircraft, spacecraft, and the International Space Station. So, if you are unable to put yourself in the centerline, you can still see this life-changing event.…
It’s the last week before the big eclipse. Where’s the Moon? If you get up early, you can watch the end of the story!
When the skies go dark during the total eclipse, what else will you be able to see?
The Perseid meteors might get washed out by Moon light this week, but have a look anyway.
Hey, hey, sky fans! Happy Friday! What’s happening this weekend? Anything fun? I hope so. This is my second post today, so, really, how much more fun can you handle? Here’s a tip. I can be a numbskull sometimes (really, Scott, you?) and I went off to do some other things thinking I was finished […]
Hey, everyone. I wasn’t planning on writing about this today (or, really, at all) but this is important. It seems some people have decided it’d be a good idea to try to cash in on August 21’s solar eclipse by selling counterfeit eclipse glasses as if they were the real thing. They even faked the […]