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Jun 2012

Introducing our newest blogger… Julia DeMarines!

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The PaleBlue.blog family is growing! We need some new authors around here, and the first person I turned to when searching out people to join us was Julia DeMarines (@LifeNspace). I met Julia a few years ago when she was an undergrad student at the University of Colorado, and we were both doing research on the Earth as an extrasolar planets. Now, she’s all grown up… working at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, and acting as PaleBlue.blogger Dave....
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Jun 2012

The Next Full Moon is the Strawberry/Rose/LRO Moon

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Every month (or so), Gordon Johnston sends out an email with historical info on the naming of that month’s moon, tips for observational astronomers, and some info about the planets. Below is this month’s effort. As always, huge thanks to Gordon for writing this up and letting us re-post it here! ————- The next full Moon is on Monday, June 4, 2012. The Moon will be “opposite” the Sun at 7:12 AM EDT Monday morning, and will appear full for....
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