[Ibogaine] OT: FOR ALL OF THE SPACEWEATHR GEEKS OUT THERE: Fwd: New Year's Eve Sky Show

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Tue Dec 30 10:20:56 EST 2008


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From: "SpaceWeather. com" <swlist at spaceweather.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2008 12:49:04 -0600
Subject: New Year's Eve Sky Show
To: "SpaceWeather. com" <swlist at spaceweather.com>

Space Weather News for Dec. 29, 2008
http://spaceweather.com

NEW YEAR'S EVE: What a way to end the year. On Dec. 31st, Venus and
the slender crescent Moon will gather together high in the
southwestern sky for a beautiful conjunction visible for hours after
sunset.  The two brightest objects in the night sky can be seen
through city lights and even fireworks--so everyone can enjoy the
show. Meanwhile, closer to the horizon, Mercury and Jupiter are
converging for their own Dec. 31st conjunction. This one is not so
easy to see, but rewarding for those who make the effort to find the
two planets shining through the rosy glow of sunset.

Visit http://spaceweather.com for sky maps and photos of the converging planets.

BONUS: Is Venus really bright enough to cast shadows?  The answer is
yes, and the proof may be found on today's edition of
Spaceweather.com.  A French photographer has captured rare images of
Venus casting a shadow and he has even made a movie of the shadow in
motion.

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