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David Peng

10153641913708492 David Peng:         Next year, year 2015, we will have very special phenomena in the sky also on the earth. I check next year calendar and just realized that next Good Friday (April 3rd) is exactly the same day with Passover. When Jesus was crucified on the cross and it was Passover and afterward church make Good Friday to replace Passover. But, next year, it will be the same day and we will also have Total Lunar Eclipse and we will have Red Moon that night.
And I also realized that next Sukkot (Sep., 27) will be exactly Chinese Moon Festival 中秋節 and we will also have red moon too. It will be first time in my life to see red moon at Moon Festival. WOW!

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Rob Beidleman

767362636666017 Rob Beidleman: Timeline Photos     Photo by Tim Ernst. Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse and oak trees, taken in Arkansas this past Apri, 2014l. We will have both a 24x30 gallery-wrapped canvas print PLUS a special high-definition super-glossy ALUMINUM print of this scene available during our GALLERY OPEN HOUSE #2 - TOMORROW, Saturday November 29th, 10am-4pm. This is the second of our three Holiday Open Houses this year. We'll have more than 60 gallery-wrapped canvas prints on display - up to EIGHT FEET WIDE - all ON SALE FOR HALF PRICE!

See all the prints we'll have on display here - http://timernstphotography.zenfolio.com/p205188720 - sizes and sale prices are listed, and you are welcome to RESERVE YOUR PRINTS now (and pick them up anytime)!

We'll have all of our books, calendars, and a selection of Black Mat Prints all ON SALE too - autographed and personalized as you wish.

For more info and directions to the gallery, see our gallery web page here - http://www.timernst.com/canvasgallery.html We are located in the heart of the Buffalo River Wilderness near the greater Ponca/Boxley Metroplex.    

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Alice Rowland

767362636666017 Alice Rowland: Timeline Photos     Photo by Tim Ernst. Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse and oak trees, taken in Arkansas this past Apri, 2014l. We will have both a 24x30 gallery-wrapped canvas print PLUS a special high-definition super-glossy ALUMINUM print of this scene available during our GALLERY OPEN HOUSE #2 - TOMORROW, Saturday November 29th, 10am-4pm. This is the second of our three Holiday Open Houses this year. We'll have more than 60 gallery-wrapped canvas prints on display - up to EIGHT FEET WIDE - all ON SALE FOR HALF PRICE!

See all the prints we'll have on display here - http://timernstphotography.zenfolio.com/p205188720 - sizes and sale prices are listed, and you are welcome to RESERVE YOUR PRINTS now (and pick them up anytime)!

We'll have all of our books, calendars, and a selection of Black Mat Prints all ON SALE too - autographed and personalized as you wish.

For more info and directions to the gallery, see our gallery web page here - http://www.timernst.com/canvasgallery.html We are located in the heart of the Buffalo River Wilderness near the greater Ponca/Boxley Metroplex.    

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Sonya Bison

Sonya Bison: Greece in Tel Aviv    

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ಌPedidos de Capas Twilightಌ

ಌPedidos de Capas Twilightಌ: A Saga Crepúsculo Eclipse Lunar     Links ;)
https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Saga-Crep%C3%BAsculo-Eclipse-Lunar/579762535410435

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Donna Merritt Harrison

767362636666017 Donna Merritt Harrison: Timeline Photos     Photo by Tim Ernst. Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse and oak trees, taken in Arkansas this past Apri, 2014l. We will have both a 24x30 gallery-wrapped canvas print PLUS a special high-definition super-glossy ALUMINUM print of this scene available during our GALLERY OPEN HOUSE #2 - TOMORROW, Saturday November 29th, 10am-4pm. This is the second of our three Holiday Open Houses this year. We'll have more than 60 gallery-wrapped canvas prints on display - up to EIGHT FEET WIDE - all ON SALE FOR HALF PRICE!

See all the prints we'll have on display here - http://timernstphotography.zenfolio.com/p205188720 - sizes and sale prices are listed, and you are welcome to RESERVE YOUR PRINTS now (and pick them up anytime)!

We'll have all of our books, calendars, and a selection of Black Mat Prints all ON SALE too - autographed and personalized as you wish.

For more info and directions to the gallery, see our gallery web page here - http://www.timernst.com/canvasgallery.html We are located in the heart of the Buffalo River Wilderness near the greater Ponca/Boxley Metroplex.    

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Zillay Shah

792438640813401 Zillay Shah: Timeline Photos     'Blood moon' to awe sky watchers in Americas, Asia

'Blood moon' to awe sky watchers in Americas, Asia
WASHINGTON: Stargazers in the Americas and Asia will be treated to a lunar eclipse Wednesday, a celestial show that will bathe the moon in red to create a "blood moon."

During the total lunar eclipse, which will last several hours, the Earth will pass between the sun and the moon.

As it happens, the moon will reflect sunlight scattered in the Earth's atmosphere, taking on a red hue.

The eclipse will start at 0800 GMT, or 4:00 am on the east coast of the United States, and will continue until sunrise.

Sky watchers will also be able to see the phenomenon live via NASA's robotic telescope service, Slooh.

NASA's lunar experts will answer questions ahead of the celestial event via live web chat from 0700 GMT.

"NASA moon experts will be up all night on October 8 to answer your questions," the space agency said.

The eclipse is the second of four total lunar eclipses, starting with a first "blood moon" on April 15, in a series astronomers call a tetrad.

The next two total lunar eclipses will be on April 4 and September 28 of next year.

The last time a tetrad took place was in 2003-2004, with the next predicted for 2032-2033. In total, the 21st century will see eight tetrads.

Amateur astronomists in Africa or Europe are out of luck, NASA said, as the event will not be visible in those regions. (AFP) — with Nina Schmied and 45 others.    

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OlgaMaria Carmen

OlgaMaria Carmen: Insights & Observations of a Rainbow Warrior GodDess: Betrayal & Forgiveness~Raw Cut     Love and Light!     In this video which I made on October 13, 2014, my Beloved Son Damon's 11th birthday, I share my personal story of Betrayal & Forgiveness. It involves my mot...
Watch the video: video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4t5RFZrwg8Y

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God's Country

God's Country: "Blood Moon" Lunar Eclipse: GoPro 4 Night Lapse     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XO6TiWAr_s

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Gordon Graham

767362636666017 Gordon Graham: Timeline Photos     Photo by Tim Ernst. Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse and oak trees, taken in Arkansas this past Apri, 2014l. We will have both a 24x30 gallery-wrapped canvas print PLUS a special high-definition super-glossy ALUMINUM print of this scene available during our GALLERY OPEN HOUSE #2 - TOMORROW, Saturday November 29th, 10am-4pm. This is the second of our three Holiday Open Houses this year. We'll have more than 60 gallery-wrapped canvas prints on display - up to EIGHT FEET WIDE - all ON SALE FOR HALF PRICE!

See all the prints we'll have on display here - http://timernstphotography.zenfolio.com/p205188720 - sizes and sale prices are listed, and you are welcome to RESERVE YOUR PRINTS now (and pick them up anytime)!

We'll have all of our books, calendars, and a selection of Black Mat Prints all ON SALE too - autographed and personalized as you wish.

For more info and directions to the gallery, see our gallery web page here - http://www.timernst.com/canvasgallery.html We are located in the heart of the Buffalo River Wilderness near the greater Ponca/Boxley Metroplex.    

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Ghanem Brahmi

707590826003508 Ghanem Brahmi: Timeline Photos     In the year 1901, Greek archaeologist Valerios Stais discovered the Antikythera mechanism in an ancient shipwreck near Crete. It is an ancient mechanical analog computer from around 207 to 200 BCE. The clock-like assembly of bronze gears and displays was likely used to accurately predict lunar and solar eclipses, as well as solar, lunar, and planetary positions. It also tracked the dates of the Olympic Games. Once the technique for building these devices was lost, artifacts approaching its complexity and workmanship did not appear again until the 14th century CE, when mechanical astronomical clocks began to be built in Western Europe.

In fact its only been in the last few years we've understood how important the Antikythera mechanism actually is. For decades it was just considered to be a moderately interesting pile of junk. It wasn't until X-ray tomography was applied to the device that a replica could be built with any certainty. As well as providing us with some insight to what is a technical masterpiece, the device also shows some of the flaws in Greek understanding of the cosmos at the time it was built.

You can read a paper on the device at: http://dlib.nyu.edu/awdl/isaw/isaw-papers/4/

The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project: http://www.antikythera-mechanism.gr/

Update: According to io9 the Antikythera mechanism is a lot older than we thought - http://io9.com/the-mysterious-antikythera-mechanism-is-more-ancient-th-1664080893    

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