Astronomy

Darker Mornings Again

Posted by on March 10, 2020 at 6:25 pm

Yes, Daylight Saving Time means our mornings are darker again. So how long will we have to wait to see the sunrise at the same time as when we saw it on Saturday, march 7th? Let’s take a look: Answer: 36 Days

Full Moon

Posted by on March 10, 2020 at 12:28 pm

Here are some amazing full moon photos thanks to Twitter contributors. Full Moon Tonight Tuxford@Saskatchewan #LandofLivingSkies #YourSask @TiffanyGlobal @StormHour @ctvreginalive #skstorm @CTVwdean @PQuinlanGlobal #cbcsklens #exploresask #ThePhotoHour #sharecangeo @weathernetwork #prairiesnorth #ShareYourWeather @CPraillGlobal pic.twitter.com/NQRN8KQtQ9 — Mark Duffy (@skchaser) March 10, 2020 The #SuperWormMoon this evening was quite impressive, despite cloud cover, which added some mood. Setup @ […]

Light Show

Posted by on March 2, 2020 at 10:51 pm

Imagine being the pilot of this Icelandair jet flying in the north end of the Hudson Bay of Canada while watching THIS! WOW… How do you like our in-flight entertainment? This image was taken from the flight deck of our Hekla Aurora aircraft, north of Hudson Bay. It’s not too late to visit Iceland for […]

Past Full

Posted by on February 10, 2020 at 1:58 pm

The moon may be a few days past full, but for a few days either side of the full moon date, the moon still appears to be plenty full and bright. Tonight’s Snow Moon (just past full moon at 99.2%) rising over the Smithsonian Castle in Washington, DC #snowmoon #snowmoon2020 #SmithsonianCastle #Smithsonian #MyDCCool @capitalweather @spann […]