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  • vgambino1@cox.net
    ... ... ... Just before sunrise on ... Regulus will be ... of one degree ... is spewing ash and steam, ...
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 2, 2004
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      > From: SpaceWeather.com
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      > Date: 2004/10/02 Sat PM 12:29:06 EDT
      > To: SpaceWeather.com
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      > Subject: Blue Moon Alert
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      > Space Weather News for Oct. 2, 2004
      > http://spaceweather.com
      >
      > VENUS AND REGULUS: Prepare to wake up early:
      Just before sunrise on
      > Sunday, Oct. 3rd, the planet Venus and the bright star
      Regulus will be
      > beautifully close together in the eastern sky--only 1/5
      of one degree
      > apart. It's a real treat for early risers.
      >
      > BLUE MOON ALERT: Mount St. Helens in Washington
      is spewing ash and steam,
      > and scientists say a bigger eruption could happen
      soon. This means sky
      > watchers in western North America should be alert for
      blue moons in the
      > weeks ahead. Airborne particles from volcanoes can
      act like a
      > color-filter, shading the moon (or even the sun) blue.
      Follow the links at
      > spaceweather.com for more information.
      >
      > SOLAR ACTIVITY: For the second straight week,
      solar activity remains low.
      > Bright auroras are unlikely in the nights ahead.
      >
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      Ha... Kind of like con trails... ... From: vgambino1@cox.net [mailto:vgambino1@cox.net] Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2004 9:58 AM To:
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 2, 2004
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        Ha... Kind of like con trails...



        -----Original Message-----
        From: vgambino1@... [mailto:vgambino1@...]
        Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2004 9:58 AM
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        Subject: [ufodiscussion] [Fwd: Blue Moon Alert]



        >
        > From: SpaceWeather.com
        <swlist@...>
        > Date: 2004/10/02 Sat PM 12:29:06 EDT
        > To: SpaceWeather.com
        <swlist@...>
        > Subject: Blue Moon Alert
        >
        > Space Weather News for Oct. 2, 2004
        > http://spaceweather.com
        >
        > VENUS AND REGULUS: Prepare to wake up early:
        Just before sunrise on
        > Sunday, Oct. 3rd, the planet Venus and the bright star
        Regulus will be
        > beautifully close together in the eastern sky--only 1/5
        of one degree
        > apart. It's a real treat for early risers.
        >
        > BLUE MOON ALERT: Mount St. Helens in Washington
        is spewing ash and steam,
        > and scientists say a bigger eruption could happen
        soon. This means sky
        > watchers in western North America should be alert for
        blue moons in the
        > weeks ahead. Airborne particles from volcanoes can
        act like a
        > color-filter, shading the moon (or even the sun) blue.
        Follow the links at
        > spaceweather.com for more information.
        >
        > SOLAR ACTIVITY: For the second straight week,
        solar activity remains low.
        > Bright auroras are unlikely in the nights ahead.
        >
        > ---
        > You are currently subscribed to spaceweather as:
        vgambino1@...
        > To unsubscribe send a blank email to
        leave-spaceweather-1149683T@...
        >





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