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The 2016 Farmers Almanac
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Category — Astronomy

Stop Calling It A “Supermoon” (Because It’s Not!)

Read why the August 29th full Moon falls short of “super” status, and when you can see the true supermoon of 2015.

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A Beehive In The Sky?

Welcome this swarm of stars back to the early morning sky in late August. Read more!

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August Is Meteor Month!

Gather your friends and grab some lounge chairs and let the “oohs” and “ahhs” commence during one of the best displays of the year! Find out more!

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Looking Up: A Stargazer’s Guide To August 2015

Find out what’s going on in the night sky during the coming month!

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What NASA’s Soil Mission Teaches Us About Earth

Learn how NASA’s latest mission to study moisture in soil provides valuable information for planet Earth.

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Get Ready For Manhattanhenge!

The island borough’s famous grid layout serves as a modern-day celestial calendar. Learn more about this phenomenon, coming July 12th and 13th!

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July Is A “Blue Moon” Month!

The month of July brings us not one, but two full Moons. What does that mean and how often does it happen? Find out!

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Looking Up: A Stargazer’s Guide To July 2015

Summer is a great time to star gaze! There are a lot of exciting things going on in the sky this month, including two full Moons. Learn more.

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