November 9th: Full Moon

Has anybody noticed that a Full Moon is due on Nov.9th, the day they show
the Rocket Challenge....? I wonder if any planets or stars are also in
shockie B)
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Try November 8th, Lunar Eclipse. Data below (for my location in Mission Viejo, CA) from:
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Total Eclipse of the Moon
MISSION VIEJO, CALIFORNIA o ' o ' W117 40, N33 36
Pacific Standard Time
Moon's Azimuth Altitude h m o o Moonrise 2003 Nov 08 16:50 70.4 ---- Moon enters totality 2003 Nov 08 17:06.3 72.6 2.6 Middle of eclipse 2003 Nov 08 17:18.5 74.1 4.9 Moon leaves totality 2003 Nov 08 17:30.7 75.6 7.3 Moon leaves umbra 2003 Nov 08 19:04.5 87.2 26.1 Moon leaves penumbra 2003 Nov 08 20:21.9 97.9 42.0 Moonset 2003 Nov 09 06:51 292.6 ----
David Erbas-White
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David Erbas-White
Now we know where to target the nukes that fit so easily and trivially on HPR rockets :)
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Jerry Irvine
I'm not sure about alignments, but there will be a double asteroid named Hermes that will pass within a few hundred thousand miles of earth in the next few nights.
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Apparently, it's also supposed to be a Lunar Eclipse. :-)
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Len Lekx
Total lunar eclipse Saturday evening. About 5:30 to 9:00pm CST. If the rain ever quits and the skies clear...
Bob Kaplow NAR # 18L TRA # "Impeach the TRA BoD" >>> To reply, remove the TRABoD!
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Bob Kaplow
November 8th in the US, Nov 9 UT. Go out and look east (if you're in the US) on Saturday night to see the show. Tim
Data below (for my location in Mission
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Tim Farris

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