Weather Alert

Hello, Fall!

The fact Miss Shelley is flying the Happy Fall flag is proof that the season has officially arrived, regardless what the calendar says.  Just so happens that this year, in a most uncharacteristic way, the atmospheric conditions are actually in sync with the date.  So enjoy a string of clear crisp days, and and inky-black night skies perfect for gazing deep into the cosmos.   If you’re a fan of meteor showers, a handful of notable ones are on the way, including the Draconid and Orionid meteor showers in October, Leonids in November and the Geminids in mid-December, just before winter arrives.  A partial lunar eclipse is later in the fall and we’ll have some bright visible flyovers of the ISS.  Consult your favorite space reference for more, astronomy-related sites are abundant, like this one:



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