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Mayhem in May for astronomers.

May is a popular and busy month for astronomers consisting of these events: May 3rd – New moon will take place at 06:01 hours May 10th – First Quarter will take place at 20:33 hours May 17th – Full moon will take … Continue reading

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Lyrids “April showers”!

The clocks have gone forward! Between February,  March and the beginning of April, there isn’t an X amount of astronomical events that have occurred.  Astronomers await for much clearer and crisp skies and warmer weather to view some extraordinary shows that are expected. … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice 21/12/2010 – The Last Astronomical Event Of The Year

The winter Solstice had exceptional presence (depending where you were in the world) consisting of a full moon and snowy skies. The best place to have viewed the show was mainly in all regions of North America. However. Parts of western … Continue reading

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