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Fly Me To The Moon

 
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Fly Me To The Moon
Fly Me To The Moon




Jupiter and Full Moon Dominate Wednesday Night Sky
Joe Rao, SPACE.com Skywatching Columnist
Date: 27 November 2012 Time: 11:11 PM ET

early Wednesday evening (Nov. 28), soon after the sun has set below the horizon, there will be two bright objects rising into the night sky. They are the nearly full moon and a brilliant silvery star-like object shining with a steady glow — the planet Jupiter.

Jupiter and the moon will rise in the east-northeast, opposite of the sunset, offering stargazers an celestial treat. Calendars and almanacs will tell you that the moon will be full on this night, but that's not necessarily true. The moon will actually officially turn full officially many hours earlier, at 9:46 a.m. EST (1446 GMT, or 6:46 a.m. PST) on Wednesday, less than an hour after the peak of a minor penumbral lunar eclipse.

By the time the moon appears to observers later in the evening, it will technically be a waning gibbous moon. But while the moon will be just a little less than 100-percent illuminated, it will probably still look to many observers as if it was a true full moon. For most places, Jupiter will appear to hover just above and to the upper left of the moon.

Jupiter is now the first bright object that comes out each evening in the night sky. It shines low in the east-northeast as twilight fades, far to the lower left of the Pleiades and more closely to the left of the V-shaped Hyades cluster and the bright orange star Aldebaran.

The planet will arrive at opposition on Sunday (Dec. 2), making it a brilliant target ideally situated for telescope observing. Jupiter currently lies due south at around midnight local time, 10:45 p.m. by mid-December and 9:40 p.m. by year's end.

In even a small telescope, Jupiter's belts, spots, rifts, and other markings invite night after night of study. Almost any common details of Jupiter's cloud features that are reasonably within range of your telescope could be visible at steady moments late on these nights.
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Re: Fly Me To The Moon
Fly me to the moon
Let me play among the stars
Let me see what spring is like
On Jupiter and Mars

In other words, hold my hand
In other words, baby
kiss me

Fill my heart with song
and let me sing for evermore
you are all I long for
all I worship and adore

In other words, please be true
In other words, I love you

fill my heart with song
let me sing for evermore
you are all I long for
all I worship and adore

In other words, please be true !!!
In other words, in other words
I love...
You
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11/28/2012 08:13 PM

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11/28/2012 08:19 PM
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Re: Fly Me To The Moon
I play piano bar. Never miss this one. Everyone/generation knows it---anime, cartoons, etc...

A perfectly constructed melody/chord changes with circle of fifth simplicity.
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are you implying it's a projection?

is that what this is about ??
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11/28/2012 08:26 PM

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are you implying it's a projection?

is that what this is about ??
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its a song heard in my head yesterday then again tonight

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