Tag Archives: Full moon

Good chances to see an Aurora this spring

By Mario Carr You can always depend on the coming of Spring to breathe life into our forests. But this year’s vernal equinox has an added bonus that may breathe life into the skies. This year’s conditions are perfect for … Continue reading

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Autumn’s astronomical adventures

By Mario Carr As we move into autumn, you can see the changes in the night sky. Summer’s signature constellation like the teapot in Sagittarius is tipping over pouring out the last bits of summer, as it sets in the … Continue reading

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May’s super sized moon

By Mario Carr Would you like fries with that super sized moon? This month’s full moon called the Flower Moon on May 5 will be bigger and brighter than usual. It will be the largest full moon for all of … Continue reading

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June astronomy events

Here are some important events for June stargazers. Most are listed in the Hamilton Amateur Astronomers calendar. Planet watching Mercury will be difficult to see at evening twilight during early June and during morning twilight at the later part of … Continue reading

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Super sized moon

Tonight you can say super size me without feeling guilty. It may not be a gastronomical delight, but tonight’s super sized full moon will be an astronomical treat. The full moon tonight, will be the biggest and the brightest it’s … Continue reading

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