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Episode 28 | Eclipses and Nodes: Why be Mean when you can be True?

028 | Eclipses and Nodes: Why be Mean when you can be True? April and Jen bring you the scoop on this week’s Venus/Mars showdown, its Sun/Mars showdown, and the first of three eclipses over what promises to be one heck of a 6-week eclipse season. Also: A mini-lesson on Mean vs. True Lunar Nodes. Plus: a celebration of two dazzling, Gemini-kissed individuals who help us bring you the BSA Podcast each week! Or listen here Order a personalized Followed by a Moonshadow eclipse report! To join th...
Tags: Podcast, Moon, The Sun, Mars, Venus, Gemini, Sagittarius, Astrology, Pisces, Bsa, Eclipse, Joel, Jen, Emily, Bob Ross, Sun Mars


Void of Course Moons - July 2020

For those of you who track the void of course moons through the months, here is July 2020. Read more about the definition of the VOC and see how they can improve your timing. And as you get more involved in the rhythms and flows of the planet energies, I highly recommend: Personal Development for Smart People: The Conscious Pursuit of Personal Growth. The author reveals the unvarnished truth about what it takes to consciously grow as a human being. As you read, you’ll learn the seven universal p...
Tags: Moon, Leo, Astrology, VOC Moon Charts, Felissa Rose, Libra Sun


MUSK MAKES HISTORY: SpaceX just launched 2 people into orbit for the first time, kicking off the rocket company's most important mission since its founding 18 years ago

SpaceX has successfully launched into orbit its first human passengers: NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley. The astronauts lifted off at 3:22 p.m. ET on Saturday while riding inside Crew Dragon, a new privately developed spaceship that Elon Musk's rocket company made in part for NASA. However, the Demo-2 mission is a test flight that's far from over. Behnken and Hurley could spend up to 110 days in space after they reach and dock with the International Space Station. Garrett Reisman, ...
Tags: Spacex, Elon Musk, Florida, Barack Obama, Trends, Nasa, Earth, United States, International Space Station, Moon, Orion, Mars, Bob, Iss, Demo, Boeing


Astronaut shows what happens when you drop a hammer and feather at the same time on the moon

Astronaut David Scott re-created, in 1971 during the Apollo 15 mission, Galileo's "falling bodies" experiment by dropping a hammer and feather on the moon at the same time. Simply, both fell at the same rate because there was no air resistance. screengrab via Wonders of Physics/YouTube (Digg)
Tags: Post, Video, Space, Science, News, Moon, Hammer, Galileo, David Scott, Feather, Apollo 15


Komplex – “Prestigious” (Mixtape Review)

Cleveland Ohio artist Komplex releases a new album called “Prestigious“.At 1st sight the art work looked like something Bob Ross would paint  I was intrigued couldn’t wait to play it. Many great artist & groups have came from Cleveland Ohio like Bone Thugs & Harmony, Kid Cudi so we know the atmosphere creates stars.  The tape begins with a song called “Prestigious” with a classic sonic vibration, you can almost visually see what Komplex is saying it melts right in as he explains how he fee...
Tags: Reviews, Moon, Jazz, CLEVELAND Ohio, Bob Ross, Komplex


Duncan Jones and Alex de Campi on Why Comics Was the Next Place for Moon and Mute's World to Go

Between taking us to Azeroth and trapping us in time loops, director Duncan Jones has crafted a sci-fi universe of his own making in little ways, through his work in his directorial debut, Moon, and its spiritual successor, Mute. Now, that world is getting another addition: but it’s not on the big screen. It’s in the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Moon, Kickstarter, Exclusive, Preview, Duncan Jones, Azeroth, Alex de Campi, Mute, Madi Once Upon A Time In The Future, Z2 Comics


Clare Torry’s Rare Live Performances of “Great Gig in the Sky” with Pink Floyd

When Clare Torry went into the studio to record her now-legendary vocals for Pink Floyd’s “Great Gig in the Sky,” the centerpiece of 1972’s Dark Side of the Moon, neither the singer nor the band were particularly impressed with each other. David Gilmour remembered the moment in an interview on the album’s 30th anniversary: Clare Torry didn't really look the part. She was Alan Parsons' idea. We wanted to put a girl on there, screaming orgasmically. Alan had worked with her previously, so ...
Tags: Google, Music, London, College, Pink Floyd, Wembley Stadium, Moon, Alan, Facebook Twitter, Josh Jones, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Gilmour, Torry, Knebworth, Alan Parsons


Big Sky This Week: Brass Rings and Initiates

Brass Rings and Initiates Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. The Happy Ending T here is a brass ring out there with your name on it. In your birth chart, we can locate it where the Moon’s North Node lies by house and in sign; your path to reach it is shown in the aspects to it from natal planets. But that path doesn’t follow a straight line. As the transiting Lunar Nodes trace their 18-year cycle through the zodiac, t...
Tags: Moon, Mars, Venus, Mercury, Virgo, Astrology, Pisces, North Node, Weekly, First Quarter, Venus Rx, Weekly highlights, U S Pacific Time, Elliott Kent Jen


TRANSCRIPT Ep. 27: The Amazing Disappearing Venus & Cancer’s Flavor of the Day

Transcript: Episode 027 | The Amazing Disappearing Venus, & Cancer’s “Flavor of the Day” May 25, 2020   Show notes here Jen: Welcome to the Big Sky Astrology podcast, with April Elliott Kent and me, producer and cohost Jen Braun. Hey friends, Jen here. Today is May 25th, 2020. Here in the U.S., it’s Memorial Day today. And with me as always is my pal, astrologer April Elliott Kent. Greetings to you on this national holiday, April. April: Greetings to you Jen. Are you feeling celebratory toda...
Tags: Milwaukee, Tom Hanks, United States, Moon, Sun, New Zealand, San Diego, Wisconsin, Diana, Jordan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mars, Harrison Ford, Jupiter, Tom Jones, Wellington


Episode 27 | The Amazing Disappearing Venus & Cancer’s Flavor of the Day

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 27 (5/25/20) Title: 027 | The Amazing Disappearing Venus, & Cancer’s “Flavor of the Day” April and Jen track Mercury as he judges a beauty pageant, then enters absorbent, flavor-of-the-day Cancer. There’s a dynamic First Quarter Moon in Virgo on some provocative Sabian symbols. And Venus disappears into the underworld, prompting a discussion of Venus’s hide-and-seek cycle and her role in the June 5 lunar eclipse. Relationships much? Plus: Milwaukee frozen custard, mil...
Tags: Podcast, Usa, Milwaukee, Earth, Moon, Jordan, Tom Jones, Venus, Virgo, Astrology, Bsa, Eclipses, Jen, Sibley, New Moon, Episodes


Denali: Spyglass Adapting Ben Moon’s Memoir into Film With Charlie Hunnam to Star

Denali: Spyglass adapting Ben Moon’s memoir into film with Charlie Hunnam to star According to Deadline, Spyglass Media Group has nabbed the rights to adventure photographer Ben Moon’s recently released memoir titled Denali: A Man, A Dog, and The Friendship of a Lifetime, which centers around the strong bond between Moon and his titular rescue dog. The production company is planning to adapt the Moon’s touching memoir into a film with Pacific Rim star Charlie Hunnam attached to lead. RELATED:...
Tags: Amazon, UK, Movies, Lionsgate, Moon, Guillermo Del Toro, Pacific Rim, Idris Elba, Charlie Hunnam, Guy Ritchie, Josh Duhamel, Denali, Megan Fox, George Mackay, Hunnam, ComingSoon


NASA's Human Spaceflight Chief Resigns Days Before Critical SpaceX Launch Over Unspecified 'Mistake'

NASA’s associate administrator for the human exploration and operations mission directorate, Doug Loverro, has abruptly and unexpectedly resigned—after just seven months in that role and just over a week before the first manned test of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule.Read more...
Tags: Space, Spacex, Science, Technology, Nasa, Moon, Donald Trump, Spaceflight, Artemis, Moon Landing, Crew Dragon, Space Launch System, SLS, Jim Bridenstine, Lunar Landing, Doug Loverro


‘Madi’ Graphic Novel Will Conclude Duncan Jones’ ‘Moon’ Trilogy

Duncan Jones will complete the trilogy he started with Moon and continued with Mute…in graphic novel form. Co-written with Alex De Campi, Madi follows a “special-ops veteran whose attempt to survive one last mission ends up with her on the run across the world from everyone she’s ever known.” The graphic novel will be out in November, but Jones has given fans a sneak peek at the book via Kickstarter. Moon, released in 2009, was a great feature debut from Duncan Jones, and signaled him as a p...
Tags: Movies, Comic Books, Britain, Moon, Jones, Duncan-Jones, Warcraft, Madi, Alex de Campi, Duncan Jones Moon, Mute, Pia Guerra, Alex De Campi Madi, Kickstarter Moon, Glenn Fabry Simon Bisley Duncan Fegredo, Madi Preston


This animated video of light pulses from Earth make it clear how far away Mars is

*UPDATED* Earth to the Moon, then Mars, at the speed of light (equidistant pulses version) [OC] from r/dataisbeautiful From the Data is Beautiful subreddit, a visualization of how long it takes for light to travel from Earth to the Moon, and then from Earth to Mars.
Tags: Video, Space, News, Earth, Moon, Mars, Outer Space


Hip-hop legend Warren G treats SBVC football players struggling during pandemic to barbecue feast

SAN BERNARDINO – DeJuan Moon came back for seconds, heaping his foam clamshell container with chicken thighs, beef ribs, macaroni and cheese and baked beans. It would disappear into Moon’s 6-foot-1, 190-pound frame as quick as it appeared. And as soon as any of the items disappeared off the foil containers, more reappeared. Because no containers and no trays were allowed to stay empty for long. And no San Bernardino Valley College football players were allowed to leave hungry. “Take more. We’ve ...
Tags: Navy, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Moon, Warren, College sports, Griffin, San Bernardino, Rubio, Tre Williams, Warren G, Cole, Lake Elsinore, McDonald 's Burger King, Diana Rodriguez


NASA’s Artemis Accords document seeks collaborative moon exploration

It promotes values of openness, transparency, and sustainability
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Moon, Artemis, International Cooperation, Artemis Accords, Private Space Exploration


At the Moonlight Café...

... you can talk about whatever you want.And don't forget to use the Althouse Portal to Amazon. The link is always there at the top of the sidebar. Thanks to all of you who support the blog this way. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Law, Trees, Moon, Ann Althouse


The new documentary ‘Spacedrop’ takes viewers inside a simulated space quarantine

“The first Asian Jew in fake space” — that’s how Josh Burstein introduced himself to me when we hopped on the phone earlier this week. The fake space in question is the Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS), where NASA has been periodically isolating teams of astronauts to study how they respond to the stresses of space exploration — and where Burstein was stationed last year. Now he’s releasing a 37-minute documentary special about that experience, called “Spacedrop.” The spe...
Tags: Space, Media, Entertainment, Obama, Tech, Nasa, Hawaii, International Space Station, Moon, Mars, Charlie Sheen, Boba Fett, Mauna Loa, Amazon Prime Video, Burstein, Sbarro


Watch These Rover Models Wiggle Out of Alien Sand Traps

A choreography of swimming, walking and rolling could help future rovers avoid getting stuck in loose soil on the moon or Mars.
Tags: News, Research, Moon, William, Goldman, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Siddharth, Robots and Robotics, Space and Astronomy, Engineering and Engineers, Mars (Planet, Shrivastava, Science Robotics (Journal, Daniel I, Bluethmann


4.33-billion-year-old crystal linked to an ancient collision on the Moon

Researchers make new discovery in an Apollo 17 rock from 1972.The 4.33-billion-year-old sample reveals clues to the Moon's violent history.The Moon was likely bombarded by giant meteorites in its early days. Our Moon likely had a very violent past, reveals new research. A group of international scientists discovered that the ancient rocks of the Moon were likely formed as a result of impacts from giant meteorites. The scientists, led by researchers of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), analyzed a ...
Tags: Space, History, Nasa, Moon, Geology, Innovation, Universe, Planets, Lee, Cosmos, James Darling, University of Portsmouth, Royal Ontario Museum ROM


Evidence Mounts for Gigantic Water Plumes on Jupiter’s Moon Europa

While studying Europa’s magnetic field in 2000, NASA’s Galileo spacecraft inadvertently collected evidence of watery plumes shooting out from the moon’s icy surface, according to new research.Read more...
Tags: Science, Nasa, Moon, Jupiter, Europa, Planetary Science, Moon Europa, Plumes


CMU’s tiny robot rover passes NASA design review ahead of 2021 trip to the Moon

Carnegie Mellon University is one step closer to operating its robotic rover on the surface of the Moon: The school’s diminutive bot has passed a crucial NASA design review, performed by the agency in collaboration with Astrobotic, whose Peregrine lunar lander will be providing the ride for the robot down to the surface of the Moon on a mission set for 2021. The positive result from the design review did include a few design tweaks that the team will now implement as it moves from prototype t...
Tags: Startups, TC, Space, Nasa, United States, Moon, Space Exploration, Bank, Rover, Robotics, Spaceflight, Aerospace, Iris, Carnegie Mellon University, Outer Space, CMU


New evidence shows giant meteorite impacts formed parts of the Moon’s crust

New research on a rock collected by the Apollo 17 astronauts has revealed evidence for a mineral phase that can only form above 2300 °C. Such temperatures are uniquely achieved in melt sheets following a meteorite impact, allowing the researchers to link the 4.33-billion-year-old crystal to an ancient collision on the Moon. The study opens the door for many of the more complex rocks on the Moon to have formed in these destructive environments.
Tags: Science, Moon


South Korean president says epidemic isn't over 'until it's over' after cases rise

South Korean President Moon Jae-in channeled Yogi Berra on Sunday, though the circumstances were much more grim.After the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Sunday reported 34 new coronavirus infections — the country's highest daily rise since April 9 — Moon warned about the risk of a second wave of COVID-19 later this year. "It's not over until it's over," he said of the coronavirus epidemic.Moon said the new cluster, which emerged after a man who eventually tested ...
Tags: South Korea, News, China, Germany, Moon, Seoul, Wall Street Journal, Trump, Yogi Berra, Jilin, Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Moon Jae, COVID


How do you get true bold and italics in Moon+ Reader?

I think Moon+ Reader is the very best in the Android e-reader business, for any format, because of the extreme flexibility it gives you when choosing your reading options. Want the status bar on top? Done. There are a thousand and one little options that make it a serious e-reading app. But Moon+ has a big niggle, and that is its inability to detect bold and italic variations of a given font. Quoting myself from a recent post: Quote: Originally Posted by...
Tags: Books, Moon, Android Devices, Caslon, Librera, Proximanova Post


"I don't want to touch an object," I found myself saying, socially distancingly.

The sun was rising, and 3 young women... ... had asked me if I'd take a picture of them — the kind of request I've always happily agreed to. And here I was being stand-offish, in the manner of a person with OCD because they wanted to hand me their phone. It's covid19world, and we're all OCD now, so I couldn't go along with that, and I knew they'd understand. Actually, they'd probably have understood in pre-covid19world and simply regarded me as a person with a disability to be treated with empa...
Tags: Iphone, Photography, Music, Law, Optimism, Moon, Sunrise, Meade, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse, Althouse + Meade, Flower Moon, Coronavirus


Moon mission: $1.8 billion contract boosts rocket engine production in Canoga Park

Aerojet Rocketdyne has secured a $1.8 billion contract with NASA to build 18 more rocket engines to support the agency’s Artemis missions to the moon. The company said it will build and test the Space Launch System RS-25 engines, produce tooling and support SLS flights powered by the engines. The components will be manufactured at the Sacramento-based company’s Canoga Park factory on De Soto Avenue. The engines are a next-generation version of those used to launch dozens of space shuttle mission...
Tags: Business, News, Sacramento, Sport, Nasa, Soccer, Moon, Mars, Aerospace, Artemis, Southern California, U S Air Force, Aerojet Rocketdyne, El Segundo, Marshall Space Flight Center, Canoga Park


Aerojet Rocketdyne’s $1.8 billion NASA contract will make moon mission parts in Canoga Park

Aerojet Rocketdyne has secured a $1.8 billion contract with NASA to build 18 more rocket engines to support the agency’s Artemis missions to the moon. The company said it will build and test the Space Launch System RS-25 engines, produce tooling and support SLS flights powered by the engines. The components will be manufactured at the Sacramento-based company’s Canoga Park factory on De Soto Avenue The engines are a next-generation version of those used to launch dozens of space shuttle missions...
Tags: Business, News, Sacramento, Sport, Nasa, Soccer, Moon, Mars, Aerospace, Artemis, Southern California, U S Air Force, Aerojet Rocketdyne, El Segundo, Marshall Space Flight Center, Canoga Park


Last supermoon of 2020 on May 7

The last supermoon of the year is happening tomorrow, and hopefully, you’re an early riser. According to NASA, this full moon, also known as the Flower Moon, Corn Planting Moon, Milk Moon, and Vesak Festival Moon, will peak on the morning of May 7 at 6:45 AM ET. If you decide to sleep in, you can still catch it on Friday morning at around the same time. A supermoon occurs when a new or full moon is at 90 percent of its perigee, which is the closest approach to Earth during its orbit. This mak...
Tags: Travel, Nasa, Earth, Rome, Moon, All, Supermoon, Full Moon, Flower Moon, May Supermoon, Flower Moon Corn Planting Moon Milk Moon


Full Moon in Scorpio May 2020 – Spiritual Transformation

The Full Moon occurs at 11:45 (BST) on May 7, 2020 at 17°Sc20′.We are at the peak of the lunar cycle and the natural emotional high tide is intensified by the Moon being in powerful Scorpio. With the Moon in the 8th global house, we know that what is illuminated around this time is for the benefit of our personal transformation. Often the Scorpio Full Moon suggests that we have reached the end of a chapter or need to come to a conclusion. Something must end to clear the way for a new beginning l...
Tags: Moon, Mars, Pluto, Neptune, Aries, Astrology, Alice, Chiron, South Node, Full Moon, Moon Phases, Full Moon in Scorpio, Memoria, Black Moon Lilith, Scorpio Full Moon, Alice Mars