Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Lunar eclipse

Not that I need to remind any of my fair readers, all of whom have a keen eye for the natural world, but tomorrow night's lunar eclipse will take place during regular hours, between 9-10 p.m. EST. Cloud cover is expected throughout much of the Ozarks, but in the Central Dissected Till Plains, we're expecting clear skies. Tomorrow night, I'm rustling up all the neighborhood kids, pulling them away from Nintendo, for a cram course in astronomy.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

wallace and grommet have taken quite the greedy bite out of the moon. We are totally spoiled watching this eclipse take place over the 'east side'- from our couch! dont post this, ab

Anonymous said...

geez... she asked you not to post it!!

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