Thursday, August 16, 2012

Antonella By SoliDea FoliEs @ Vintage Fair 2012


 Breezy is Wearing  
Antonella  From  SoliDea FoliEs @ Vintage Fair 2012
Jewelry FineSmith 
Skin Glam Affair 
Lip Gloss BlackLiquid 
Hair Diva 
 Shoes Indyra Originals Coquette Noir- Ms. Betty: Cream
Poses DelMay .. 
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Blue Moon 
 August 2012 is a month with two full moons. And, by popular acclaim, that means it’s a Blue Moon month – but it’s Blue in name only. That’s because a Blue Moon is sometimes
defined as the second full moon in a calendar month. 
 The first full moon is August 1. The second full moon is August 31, 2012.
So Dance your nights Away 
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Antonella 

The idea of a Blue Moon as the second full moon in a month stemmed from the March 1946 issue of Sky and Telescope magazine, which contained an article called “Once in a Blue Moon” by James Hugh Pruett. Pruett was using a 1937 Maine Farmer’s Almanac, but he simplified the definition. He wrote:
Seven times in 19 years there were — and still are — 13 full moons in a year. This gives 11 months with one full moon each and one with two. This second in a month, so I interpret it, was called Blue Moon.
EarthSky’s Deborah Byrd happened upon a copy of this old 1946 issue of Sky and Telescope in the stacks of the Peridier Library at the University of Texas Astronomy Department in the late 1970s. Afterward, she began using the term Blue Moon to describe the second full moon in a calendar month on the radio. Later, this definition of Blue Moon was also popularized by a book for children by Margot McLoon-Basta and Alice Sigel, called “Kids’ World Almanac of Records and Facts,” published in New York by World Almanac Publications, in 1985. The second-full-moon-in-a-month definition was also used in the board game Trivial Pursuit.
Can there be two blue moons in a single calendar year? Yes. It last happened in 1999. There were two full moons in January and two full moons in March and no full moon in February. So both January and March had Blue Moons.
The next year of double blue moons is coming up in 2018.
http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/when-is-the-next-blue-moon


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