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Exploring Orion, Episode 1

Constellation Orion -- from the new Almanac Space Pictures Blog www.almanac.com/blog/astronomy-blog/exploring-orion-episode-1

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Full Moon for May 2017

This month see the Blue Moon as the Red Planet, Mars, rises in the night sky! Watch the livestream from The Old Farmer's Almanac!

WORD OF THE DAY from The Old Farmer's Almanac: Occultation Definition: The eclipse of a star or planet by the Moon or another planet. Photo credit: nasa.gov

MOON QUESTION OF THE DAY, from The Old Farmer's Almanac: Why does the Moon look so much bigger on the horizon than it does once it has risen higher in the sky? Find the answer here: http://www.almanac.com/fact/why-does-the-moon-look-so-much Photo credit: Mark Shannon Hill

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Advice

The fewer visible stars, the more moisture in the atmosphere. For more #Advice, visit http://www.almanac.com/advice

See the Northern Lights in all their glory from Alaska with The Old Farmer's Almanac. A trip of a lifetime. Feb 24! See trip itinerary: http://specialinteresttours.net/the-old-farmers-almanac-tours/

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Full Moon for January 2017

Thank you Kimberly Walters for sending us your picture of January 4th's Wolf Moon! Submit yours to us as well at Almanac.com.

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Giant Jupiter and its Many Moons

Naturally, Jupiter has not one, not two, but four planet-size moons. The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids shares with us the awesome names of each moon! Hint... one moon shares it's name with everyone's favorite food! ;)