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Moon sweeps past planet Uranus

Before dawn on August 21 and 22, 2019, let the moon guide you to the constellation Aries the Ram. When the moon moves away, try star-hopping to Uranus using guide stars within this constellation. Good luck!

Top 10 Solar Energy Projects Around the World

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Slowly but surely, solar energy is making progress as a legitimate form of energy. Not only are governments using it to harness power for their respective municipalities, but, in addition, private businesses are using it to cut down on energy costs.  As such, more and more solar energy projects are popping up throughout the world, some of […]

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Natural England begging for your money (2)

I wrote the other day about Natural England having a crowdfunder so that it can do its job, because ‘continuing’ its ‘vital conservation work’ is its job. The excellent ENDS Report, which seems to be a regular reader of this…

Moon swings by star Spica August 4 to 6

On August 4 to 6, 2019, the moon is a waxing crescent in the sunset direction. Look for it shortly after sunset, as day fades to night. The moon will be below Spica August 4, closest to it August 5 and above it August 6.

What is a 'black moon'?

While rare and unusual celestial events are generally a good reminder to get outside and look up into the heavens, the one happening July 31 isn’t exactly a showstopper. In fact, good luck seeing anything at all. Tonight, North America…