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Happy New Year

Here’s some New Year’s Eve trivia for you from Gizmodo:
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“Blue Moon is the term applied to the second full Moon in a calendar month. It’s an event that occurs roughly every two and a half years. This Thursday’s blue Moon is far rarer than that though, because it’s happening right on New Years Eve—a coincidence that happens only about once in every twenty years.”
So, when you look at the moon tonight, it’s a once in every two decades experience.
Yep, you’ll have to wait until about 2030 to see it again.
Happy New Year to all. May 2010 bring peace everywhere.
Stephen

Posted on: December 30, 2009, 10:31 pm Category: Uncategorized

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