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February 05, 2011

Astronomy Calendar of Celestial Events

From browsing other entries, it seems we have alot of fanatics (including me) for astronomical events. This link not only entails multiple, common events, like phases of our moon, but other more rare events as well. It seems 2011 will be pretty generic, but planet observations and meteor showers will be plentiful. There is also a list for not just 2011, but ones from 2007 until 2015. It may be wise to look back in dread at all the things you missed, but rewarding to know what is in store in the near future.

Here is the link: http://www.seasky.org/astronomy/astronomy_calendar_2011.html

Posted by ddeemidd at February 5, 2011 11:49 PM


This website is really cool. I would have to admit that I am not a fanatic of astronomy, but I do think it is really interesting. I live in a rural area and will be looking for those meteor showers because I think it would be amazing to see. Hopefully, the sky will be clear so that I can view at least one since I have never seen one before. It's neat how they track all the way to 2015! Astronomy has really come a long way since the ancient Greeks.

Posted by: melmccor at February 7, 2011 07:14 PM

This website was neat. It's cool being able to look back and see the events that I was able to witness. Meteor showers are awesome and hopefully I will be able to see many more. And I agree, Astronomy HAS come a long way!

Posted by: kcwikiel at February 7, 2011 08:31 PM

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