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What You Can See in the Sky While Waiting for Fireworks on The 4th Of July
| July 3, 2013
| Bob King on
Posted on 07/03/2013 9:26:39 PM PDT by BenLurkin
The sky can be a showy stage with big-time events like eclipses, meteor showers and the occasional bright comet, but most nights have a quiet beauty that whispers instead of shouts. The contrast between hype and hush is no more apparent than on the 4th of July American independence day celebration when we gather at a park or hilltop to watch the fireworks boom and flash across the heavens.
But there are other interesting things some quiet fireworks you can see in the sky to see while you are waiting for the holiday fireworks.
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TOPICS: Astronomy; Science
posted on 07/03/2013 9:26:39 PM PDT
Last weekend I saw Arcturus. The Visitor from a foreign galaxy.
posted on 07/03/2013 10:14:35 PM PDT
(The monsters are due on Maple Street)
If you are a liberal, and you look real hard, you can see Uranus. Actually, it is right there in front of your face.
posted on 07/03/2013 10:27:14 PM PDT
If you live in the south, you ain’t gonna see jack squat, except 3 to 5 inches of rain! Ugh!!
But, happy Independence Day!!!
posted on 07/04/2013 12:23:02 AM PDT
(Pray for God's Protection!)
To: brytlea; cripplecreek; decimon; bigheadfred; KoRn; Grammy; married21; steelyourfaith; Mmogamer; ...
Thanks BenLurkin, extra to APoD members.
posted on 07/04/2013 1:14:43 PM PDT
(McCain or Romney would have been worse, if you're a dumb ass.)
Clouds and lightning tonight and liquid sunshine until then.
posted on 07/04/2013 1:23:03 PM PDT
by Conspiracy Guy
(To stay calm during these tumultuous times, I take Damitol. Ask your Doctor if it's right for you.)
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