Alright, it’s been a while since I’ve gotten to write. I started getting into and writing poetry, but I’ve been trying to figure out new things to research and write about….
HERE is ANOTHER MOON post.
Tomorrow on January 31st, If You haven’t already seen how big, bright, and beautiful the moon looks tonight – as the moon is in Cancer *SHOUT OUT TO ALL MY MOON CHILDREN*, we are expecting a Super Blue Blood Moon.
North America hasn’t seen a Super Blue Blood Moon since 1866. It is set to occur Early Wednesday morning, around 5:30 AM, try to look on the West side, to get a great visual. With the Blue Moon, Total Lunar Eclipse, and Super Moon all collided in one special, and rare lunar event that hasn’t been seen for about 150 years, It is also the Second full moon of the month.
You can watch the Moon Live on NASA @ 5:30am EST
- As the Moon is in Cancer today, It is said that we may have a hard time getting out of our comfort zones. Pay attention to what you’re feeling and your emotions, as we will be more sensitive than usual. HA, f*ck. We are water signs, and we’re emotional as f*ck
Tomorrow as this Amazing Lunar event is set to occur, the moon will be in Leo. Leo is a Fire sign, When the moon is in a fire sign like Leo, Leo Moons are full of action. Not being able to contain your vibrant, sparkle nature. You may feel the urge to go and make things happen.
As I’ve said in my previous’ posts, something is aligning in the stars.
Between October 20th – 22th the sky set to peak has Orionids Meteor Shower began. On November and December 3rd, 2017, The Super Moon occurred.
Tonight and just before dawn tomorrow, The Geminid Meteor shower is set to peak just around 9 pm tonight, it is best to view just after midnight. The Geminid is a meteor shower that is approx. 200 years old. It’s been known as the annual December light show since 1892. They occur when the Earth passes through a stream of dust and debris in space left behind by a comet or asteroid. For more info and visualization on the Geminid Meteor Shower you can view the video on SPACE.com
It was -15ºc this morning when I was heading to work, So, I can’t imagine how cold it will be tonight until dawn tomorrow. So if you are planning to watch the meteor shower be sure to bundle up, dress warm, and grab yourself and sip on some tee! If you don’t even wanna bother going out to watch you can view it live here provided by of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center around 6 p.m. EST
Courtesy Sky & Telescope/Gregg Dindermann
The meteors will radiate from the constellation Gemini, which is between the Taurus and Cancer constellation. Gemini is easy to spot and in order to find Gemini, look for the bright constellation Orion as Gemini is just over Orions right side.
You guys wouldn’t wanna miss this!
Howell, Elizabeth. “ Spectacular Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight! How to Watch Online”. Space.com. December 13th 2017. https://www.space.com/39077-geminid-meteor-shower-2017-webcasts.html.