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    Default Re: Super Wolf Blood Moon NOW!

    I missed the moon, but Sunday night, I did see a fox in Wrocław. I'd just crossed most Sikorskiego on Nadodrze side, at ulica Witolda (Witold Street).

    It was the second time I'd seen a fox. The first time was in another part of the city, on a church's lawn on ul. Krucza or Gajowicka, both times with oblivious Łapa.
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    Default Re: Super Wolf Blood Moon NOW!

    I wish I could have seen that meteor strike through my 8 inch Dobsonian. Wow!
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    Default Re: Super Wolf Blood Moon NOW!

    We've been tracking Venus and Jupiter since June. The night before, they were sorta kinda lined up with the crescent moon...what you could see of it through the trees.

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    Default Re: Super Wolf Blood Moon NOW!

    A wonderful book to have for Astronomy is the Observers's Handbook 2019 by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
    https://rasc.ca/handbook/
    Covers pretty much everything.
    Edit: I poked around the website: https://rasc.ca/news/sky-month-january-2019
    Cheers,
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    Last edited by VerticalTwin; February 10th, 2019 at 12:27 AM.

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    Default Re: Super Wolf Blood Moon NOW!

    Quote Originally Posted by VerticalTwin View Post
    A wonderful book to have for Astronomy is the Observers's Handbook 2019 by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
    https://rasc.ca/handbook/
    Covers pretty much everything.
    Edit: I poked around the website: https://rasc.ca/news/sky-month-january-2019
    Cheers,
    Thomas
    Ooooo -- they have a US edition now!
    Quid rides? Mutato nomine de te fabula narratur. — Horace
    (What are you laughing at? Just change the name and the joke’s on you.)

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