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:  https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/sights-to-see.html



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