Skywatch Wednesday

 

 

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Dear Furiends,

As a writer’s muse, I research many things and while the vast majority of my ‘tidbits’ do not end up in a novel, some do. Today, I have a tidbit to share with you, which might not make it into a novel, but you might want to plan to look at the nighttime sky tomorrow because astronomers expect an outburst of Perseid meteors! The prediction is for 200 meteor_stream_comet_debris_astrobobmeteors per hour seen on August 11-12 (evening of August 11, morning of August 12).

If you happen to live in Africa and are interested in celestial events, you might also want to mark September 1st on your calendar because there will be a solar eclipse…  The annular solar eclipse (also known as a “ring of fire” solar eclipse)  will look like this

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to the fortunate ones living here

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Happy sky viewing!

Mr. M    =^.^=

This post is part of my furiends on the BlogPaws Blog Hop for “Wordless Wednesday as well as Create with Joy’s Wordless Wednesday blog hop and Comedy Plus’s blog hop.

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18 thoughts on “Skywatch Wednesday

    1. Yes, though there was a lot of light pollution… humans obviously have terrible vision problems, otherwise they wouldn’t infest the world with annoying things like street lights. Did you get to see it???
      =^.^=
      BTW, The Red Claw ( http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OYAXK6I\ ) has 9 reviews on Amazon – 10 is my current goal, but I’d love 100 😉 If you are interested in doing a review, my secretary give free ebooks in return for honest reviews posted at Amazon. Contact my secretary at jeannefoguth.author@gmail.com

      Have a meowser of a day!

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  1. Waves two ewe purrseidon & crew……we strolled over frum savy & sage’s blog two say HI …..nice two meet ewe both…if ewe ever set sail blogger way, pleez feel free ta stop by trout towne, grab a plate fulla eatz; coz sum thinz all wayz on de grill… & chillax for a while ~~~~~~~~ happee day two all ☺☺

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    1. Mine, too! Our staff claims that the stars looked even more amazing when they lived aboard EvenStar. I can only imagine what it must be like to be in the middle of the ocean with no light pollution.
      =^.^=

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