Night Sky notebook for stargazers and astronomers! Comes with constellation maps, a guide to the phases of the moon, a schedule of total lunar eclipses, and a handy tear-out simple astrolabe, so you can use it for star gazing at night or for making everyday notations of your days.

Total lunar eclipse of September 28, 2015 - online broadcasts schedule [9.24.2015] via TheWatchers

There are two parts to the Earth's shadow: the penumbra and the umbra. The umbra is darker because Earth blocks the Sun's direct rays, but there is some direct sunlight in the penumbra. You would scarcely notice the subtle darkening of the Moon passing through the penumbra. (Diagram: Fred Espenak) ©Mona Evans, “Lunar Eclipses”

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When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man that you care for him? – Psalm 8:3-4

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What’s Up for September? - Observers can view the total eclipse on September 27, starting at 10:11 p.m. EDT until 11:23 p.m. This event will be visible in North and South America, as well as Europe and Africa. So make sure to mark your calendars!

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Sky Watching Event Guide For 2015 | IFLScienceSky Watching Event Guide For 2015 From SeaSky and NASA via IFLS. Lisa Winter lists all the celestial events for 2015, month by month. Get ready, the first meteor shower is January 1st! Going in Astronomy.

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4th Grade Science Study Guides: Weather, Rocks & Minerals, Moon Phases

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