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On January 18th, 2018, 2dimes wrote:I'm not going outside to look but finally there are stars outside.
https://cam01.sci.ucalgary.ca/AllSkyCam ... tImage.JPG
I just looked and it's purple, not sure what's up? I looked out the window and it is the usual light pollution here.
2dimes wrote:I asked if you clicked the link presuming it was still that way. Then I checked and it was gone.
I managed to save it though. I put it up as my avatar since that is my easiest way to share a picture here.
2dimes wrote:No, it went pale blue by the time I asked. That's why I deleted that post.
I suspect there was some sort of local light doing it but it might have been something to do with sunrise.
2dimes wrote:No the joke was ok.
I was just wondering what caused the sky to do that there. Also I am close enough it maybe should have been doing that here. I was not about to go out in a bath robe to check though. Maybe I missed it. Kind of glad I saved the image.
Wednessday is going to be kind of a triple lunar event.
2dimes wrote:That's fine for you but I like to make believe that the Apogee and Perigee are real.
I also don't understand how you proved it won't be the second full moon of the month simply by not liking what some are calling it.
The term supermoon is astrological in origin, and has no precise astronomical definition.
2dimes wrote:If I were to take a side it would most likely be your's.
One problem with that, is if I start calling the second full moon of January something different from everyone else, I can't google things about it anymore.
2dimes wrote:Feb 22, sky clear.
I noticed when I came home the sky was clear. It was too cold out for me to hang around but I did pause in the yard to take a look.
Forgot to update this blog but just noticed JP4 was about so that reminded me.
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