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check it===> FULL WOLF MOON & PLASMA RAIN

 
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check it===> FULL WOLF MOON & PLASMA RAIN
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FULL WOLF MOON: Can you hear the howls? According to folklore, tonight's full Moon is the "Wolf Moon," named long ago by Native Americans after the singing packs of wolves they heard during the winter month of January. After nightfall, go outside for a beautiful view--and don't forget to listen carefully, too.



PLASMA RAIN: A sheet of plasma more than 350,000 km wide is rising and falling along the sun's southwestern limb today. It's so big, it makes an easy target for backyard observatories. Amateur astronomer Michael Buxton sends this time lapse movie from Ocean Beach, California:
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Re: check it===> FULL WOLF MOON & PLASMA RAIN
Wow!
Awesome pics!!!

Thanks OP!
hf
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01/19/2011 08:25 PM
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Re: check it===> FULL WOLF MOON & PLASMA RAIN
Just think what 400 would sound like.
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Just think what 400 would sound like.
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Ummmm, thought about that report when I read this too.

Also thought about Sickscent's threads in regard to plasma... And the speculation that the craters and 'rivers' on Mars being created by plasma events.

Interesting times, for sure.
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