Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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Updated 2014-04-19 AM

Link to The Juliets
(http://www.thejuliets.net/)



Updated 2014-04-16 PM
 Earthsky.org has more information about the just past Total lunar Eclipse (here)!
Also, NASA has a short YouTube explaining what a TETRAD is and how a Lunar Eclipse happens

(including a "view of earth" from the Moon):
ScienceCasts: A Tetrad of Lunar Eclipses

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Updated 2014-04-13 PM 
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Updated 2014-04-13 PM
From The Insomniac-Net about the Total Lunar Eclipse last Friday: 
"There's A Moon Out Tonight"
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What is a tetrad?
 It’s four successive total lunar eclipses, with no partial lunar eclipses in between, each of which is separated from the other by six lunar months (six full moons)
 Lunar Eclipse Diagrams -- for your lawn chair viewing spot
Eclipse Diagram for PDT (Pacific Daylight Time)

Updated 2014-03-31 PM 

Updated 2014-03-14 PM 
Sylvia [KF7UHM] & Jessica [KF7UHK] 
help with the Friday's Insomniac-Net Answers
 2014[11]Q -- Ins-Net Qs for Mar 14, 2014_Mixed Bag -- #07: Who's Who -- Sylvia Beach
(And the Answers are: here)


Updated 2014-03-11 PM 
Met you at the Fair...er, Swap Meet
(more photos later -- Thanks Steve [N7GWG]


  Updated 2014-03-11 AM 
Guess what Shelley [KF7TBA] had for her Birthday dinner?



 Updated 2014-03-04 AM
James L Hicks [K7BDL] (SK) feeding squirrels (2009) Video
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Updated 2014-03-02 AM
[Silent Key (SK) March 1, 2014] -- James L Hicks [K7BDL]
James L Hicks [K7BDL] (SK)
(N7GWG's PSRG's 1st Annual Antenna Party Photo -- June 9, 2012)

Updated 2014-02-27 PM 
 Quick Note: Continuing with re-posting of older Blog entries from 2012 & 2013.
Hopefully will have all past postings available by next week. -- K7LWA

Updated 2014-02-26 PM
  -- announced on 9-O'Clock PM Net

Updated 2014-02-26 AM
[Kraut Korner] SauerKraut Invades 9-O'Clock Nets!


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Monday, April 14, 2014

[TLE01-2014] Total Lunar Eclipse -- 04-14+15-2014

Updated 2014-04-16 PM
 Earthsky.org has more information about the just past Total lunar Eclipse (here)!
Also, NASA has a short YouTube explaining what a TETRAD is and how a Lunar Eclipse happens (including a "view of earth" from the Moon):
ScienceCasts: A Tetrad of Lunar Eclipses


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Updated 2014-04-15 PM
From our friend Kevin [K1KMO] in LA!
Hey Shelley and LW!
Here was our view in LA while the Insomniac net was on. An exciting night....
73!
-- Kevin K1KMO


Updated 2014-04-15 AM(Most recent at top -- time below photo)
Just in case you missed the Total Lunar Eclipse Last Night
++ TONIGHT ++
LIVE VIEW of TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE NOW
(please refresh your browser every 5 minutes)
from Griffith Observatory

(Most recent at top -- time below photo)
 
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Foobar "Dragon Be Gone" Ritual to save the moon!
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Updated 2014-04-14 AM 

Updated 2014-04-13 PM
From The Insomniac-Net about the Total Lunar Eclipse last Friday: 
"There's A Moon Out Tonight"
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What is a tetrad?
 It’s four successive total lunar eclipses, with no partial lunar eclipses in between, each of which is separated from the other by six lunar months (six full moons)
 Lunar Eclipse Diagrams -- for your lawn chair viewing spot
The following diagrams (in high resolution) show the Moon's path through Earth's shadows during April's eclipse. The times of major eclipse stages are given for time zones throughout North America. Please choose the diagram for your own time zone. Each diagram is a GIF file with a size of about 110 KB.
Eclipse Diagram for GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
Eclipse Diagram for ADT (Atlantic Daylight Time)
Eclipse Diagram for EDT (Eastern Daylight Time)
Eclipse Diagram for CDT (Central Daylight Time)
Eclipse Diagram for MDT (Mountain Daylight Time)
Eclipse Diagram for PDT (Pacific Daylight Time)
Eclipse Diagram for AKDT (Alaska Daylight Time)
Eclipse Diagram for HST (Hawaiian Standard Time)