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Holy Saturday 2018 – Paschal Blue Moon on Vigil of Easter and more Moon stuff

Bumped up to the top for today… photos below A “Blue Moon” is a second full moon during a calendar month.  They are infrequent. This year – 2018 – there are two occurrences. The first was on 31 January, and … Read More

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31 Jan – Blue Moon Eclipse

This is from SpaceWeather: BLUE MOON LUNAR ECLIPSE: On Wednesday, Jan. 31st, the second full Moon of January will pass through Earth’s shadow, producing a rare “Blue Moon Lunar Eclipse.” The Moon won’t look blue, however. Researchers are predicting a … Read More

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Blue Moon

On my way out of an eatery where I had met a reader and priest heading to Lacrosse for yet another conference with Cardinal Burke, as well as the great Archbp. Cordileone, [HERE] I saw the rising moon. Photos almost … Read More

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Blue Moon Followup

I went for a walk this morning and was able to get a last look at this year’s Blue Moon. Other things, indeed people, around here are blue as well.   The tornado cleanup continues.  I am still reflecting on … Read More

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Blue Moon… you saw me standing alone…

Blue moon Now I’m no longer alone Without a dream in my heart Without a love of my own From Spaceweather: BLUE MOON: Tonight’s full Moon is the second full Moon this month. According to modern folklore, that makes it … Read More

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Blue moon eclipse revisited

One of you readers caught the partial eclipse of the blue moon! Very cool. As view from Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, GB at 1928 local time. Another, a priest friend, sent this from Ascona, Switzerland at 2010 GMT!

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This is too cool: BLUE MOON ECLIPSE!

Space Weather News for Dec. 31, 2009 BLUE MOON ECLIPSE:  For the first time in almost 20 years, there’s going to be a "Blue Moon" on New Year’s Eve.  In Europe, sky watchers will witness an even rarer event–an eclipse … Read More

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