Tag: comets

Guest Post: Where Fact Meets Fantasy: Lunar Eclipses & Double Blue Moons

Today my guest post on “Where fact meets fantasy: Lunar eclipses and double blue moons” is featured on Sandra Ulbrich Almazan’s blog. It delves into some of the research I did for The Labyrinth of Time regarding comets, lunar eclipses and double blue moons–topics central to the book. My host, speculative fiction author Sandra Ulbrich …

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Comet ISON visible; 1 of 4 comets

Reprinted from Space Weather News: http://spaceweather.com COMET NEWS: Observers around the world report that Comet ISON is now visible in binoculars.  The comet is brightening as it plunges toward the sun for a perilous pass through the solar atmosphere on Nov. 28th.  It is not, however, the brightest comet in the night sky.  As November unfolds, …

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