Posted on March 24, 2012
Posted by John Scalzi
It disturbs me that you are in my time zone, because it’s been dark here in Maine for a good hour and a half.
I had a very nice sunset too. It was HD, perhaps even retina class. I could not see any pixilation and the color saturation was excellent. I hope they render another one tomorrow, just like it.
I wonder if you are using the same sky we are using?
(and warmer than usual, correct?)
We’re enjoying cool rainy weather here in the SFBay area.
Just discovered how watertight my shoes aren’t, so consider the enjoyment optional.
Nice, here’s a tip from Space Weather about tonight and tomorrow night.
SUNSET SKY SHOW: A month ago, Venus, Jupiter and the crescent Moon aligned beautifully for evening sky watchers around the world. Tonight it’s happening again. On March 25th and 26th, the three will form a bright celestial triangle in the western sky at sunset. Check http://spaceweather.com for photos and observing tips.
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