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Leap Seconds and Earth’s Rotation

As most of you probably know, the “longest day of the year,” which should really be referred to as the “day of the year with the most sunlight,” is the summer solstice (the first day of summer, typically June 21st … Continue reading

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Venus Transit 2012 – Don’t Miss!

Hi everyone! I’m writing this post to alert you to a very rare transit that you MUST see this year–if you don’t, you will never get the chance again. No seriously, you will never get to see it again. I’m … Continue reading

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Mars and the Moon

Hi everyone! I’d be updating more often (it’s the summer after all), but I’m doing an astronomy research REU at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. So my time has been taken up (as usual) by science. Still, I didn’t want … Continue reading

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We Went to the Moon!

Hi everyone. Before I continue with this entry, I want to pay homage to my friend Chris Jordan, who first gave a presentation on the ludicrous nature of Apollo hoax theories, and who inspired this entry. He deserves some credit … Continue reading

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