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Cycle of the moon during its approx 28 day revolution around earth. Great science / astronomy pin, The full moon = red, called BLOOD MOON on 8 Oct 2014... a previous one was the week before Easter (2014) and two more are coming in 2015. NASA (APOD) says that 4 blood moons in 365 day cycle is very unusual. RESEARCH #DdO:) - MOST POPULAR RE-PINS - - Very nice UNIVERSE LIGHTS. Pin via Liu Prato.


03/27/13 Please pray for Angela regarding her job situation. She has been working two different transcription jobs. The hours for one of the jobs has been cut. The other contract is under review and might change in April. Please pray that she finds a great way to make up for any loss of income. She specifically requests prayer for a test she will be taking on March 28 for a potential employer. May she do very well on the test and not be nervous about it. I ask for God's grace and favor for…

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Midsummer's Eve - 500pc Jigsaw Puzzle By Ravensburger

Fairies dancing happily around a toadstool under the full moon! Midsummer's Eve this picture


ameenn: Eclipse drawing from “Fourteen Weeks in Descriptive Astronomy” by J. Dorman Steele, 1873 (Barnes and Co., NY). During this eclipse, Francis Baily noticed bright flashes of light from around the limb of the moon, later named ‘Baily’s Beads’ in his honor.


We live on a blue planet that circles around a ball of fire next to a moon that moves the sea, and you don't believe in miracles?


Flat earth believers say the Moon never sets or rises, it stays the same distance over the Earth throughout it’s daily/annual concentric clockwise circles around the circumference. The appearance of rising and setting is all based on the law of perspective on plane surfaces. The Moon luminary is perpetually hovering over and parallel to the surface of the Earth. So according to the law of perspective the moon should change in size like in the right side of the picture. So does it?…