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Tag: August 2023
AS we look forward to the Great North American Eclipse of 2024, I can’t help being struck by the similarities of another solar eclipse that
Aug 30 2023: 2nd Full Moon in a month is a calendric Blue Moon giving 2023 13 Full Moons this calendar Year. Maybe with all
What’s Up in the Sky AAA Observers’ August Guide By Tony Faddoul August’s Evening Planets: Mercury will be in Leo the Lion until 9 PM
Former AAA President, Brian Berg, gives his report from the Netherlands.
Our tempermental and stormy sun, forged from a violent birth, is an electrically charged ball of gas, called plasma, with three inner and outer layers.
Two supermoons, the Perseids, and a Star-BQ. Things are heating up this August with AAA!