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Oct 2012

The Next Full Moon is the Hunter’s Moon

POSTED BY: S. DOMAGAL-GOLDMAN
 
… but for me and many others on the West Coast, we’ll know of this one as the “Sandy Moon” or the “Hurricane Moon.” Hopefully for friends in New York City it won’t be the “Flood Moon.” This month, the full moon is already affecting our civilization, as it is leading to forecasts of very high tides coincident with the landfall of Hurricane Sandy. This could lead to flooding of lower Manhattan and the NYC subway system, and widespread damage....
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Oct 2012

@HabWorlds Twitter Digest, stardate 2012-10-22

POSTED BY: ARIELANBAR
 
How Paintballs Could Save Earth from Giant Asteroid Impact #L http://t.co/Ng6NMMfJ 00:32:33 The seafloor is home to a vast electrical network created by bacteria #fl http://t.co/dvPVzV7I 17:38:48 The return of Sauron’s planet #fp http://t.co/Yumqrtnn 16:55:28 Fried Planets #fp http://t.co/JaND3vL4 07:20:01 New study brings a doubted exoplanet 'back from the dead' http://t.co/4She70xZ 01:47:26 Beluga Imitates Human Speech, a Seal Talks, and an Orphaned Orca Imitates a Boat. Who Knew? http://t.co/vdFceUWK 01:34:54 9-Billion-Pixel Photo of Milky Way's Center Is Full of Stars....
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