Friday, November 30, 2012

Naruto Itachi Pictures

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Southern Skywatch December 2012 Edition is now up.

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Morning sky as seen from Adelaide at 3:00 am ACDST on December 14 showing the Geminid meteor shower radiant (click on image to embiggen)
The December edition of Southern Skywatch is now up.

There's still lots of planetary action this month.

Venus is low in the morning sky and is close to the crescent Moon on the 12th. On December 11 the crescent Moon s is close to  Saturn.

Jupiter is in the morning sky near the Hyades. Jupiter is at opposition on the 3rd, when it is largest as seen from Earth, this is an ideal time for telescopic views of Jupiter. On the 26th the Moon and Jupiter are close.

Mars  is Sagittarius. Mars is close to the crescent Moon on the 15th. By the end of the month it is very difficult to see.

Mercury returns to the morning sky this month, but is hard to observe.

The Geminid meteor shower is at maximum on the morning of December 14.
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Funny Naruto Images

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Naruto Hinata Images

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Thursday, November 29, 2012

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Still More Solar Eclipse Images (Port Douglas Edition)

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My Blog friend and correspondent Cynthia Ma was at Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas for the Total Eclipse. The clouds played hide and seek with the Sun, just as it did for me, but the clouds parted enough for her to get some great shots, including one of the corona.


For these shots Cynthia used a Panasonic Lumix DC with Baader solar film. Terrific results with a really simple setup.
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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

22 degree Halo round the Sun

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Seen while catching the train to work, it complements the Moon Dog from last night
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First Look, Penumbral Eclipse 29 November, 2012

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The Moon at 11:30 pm, 28 November, just as the penumbral eclipse startedThe Moon at 1:03 am, 29 November, at maximal penumbral eclipse, a subtle darkening is seen
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Moon Dog (while waiting for eclipse)

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You may have heard of Sundogs, rainbow coloured patches of light that occur 22ยบ form the Sun when plate shaped hexagonal ce crystals in cirrus clouds refract light hen the Sun is low to the horizon.

Well, the same effect occurs with the Moon, here's a Moon Dog I got tonight just after Moon rise, while waiting for the penumbral eclipse later tonight. Jupiter is the dot off to the bottom right of the Moon (click to embiggen for parselenial goodness). 8 second exposure at 400 ASA, canon IXUS.
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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Penumbral Lunar Eclipse, November 28-29 2012.

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Evening sky looking north as seen from Adelaide at 1:00 am local daylight time on Thursday November 29. The Moon is not far from Aldebaran and Jupiter. At this time the penumbral eclipse will be at its darkest. The keen eyed may see a slight darkening of the northern half of the Moon. Similar views will be seen elsewhere at the equivalent local time.  Click to embiggen.

From the late evening of the 28th November to the early morning of the 29th November there will be a penumbral eclipse of the Moon. It will be visible in all of Australia, New Zealand and most of Asia.

In a penumbral eclipse, the Moon only enters the outer part of Earth's shadow. This will results in a subtle darkening of the Moons northern half (although it is a relatively deep penumbral eclipse, it still doesn't get very dark). Depending on how good your eyesight is, it could be reasonably visible, or only visible via photography.

The table below shows the time of the eclipse from Eastern, Central and Western Australia. For Eastern and Central Australia subtract an hour for non-daylight saving states. The early parts of the eclipse will be effectively invisible to the unaided eye. When around 2/3 of the Moons disk is immersed in the penumbra, then you will see an effect (around half an hour either side of maximum eclipse).

Penumbral Eclipse BeginsMaximum Eclipse Penumbral Eclipse Ends
11:12pm  AEDST 28 Nov01:33 am AEDST 29 Nov03:53 am AEDST 29 Nov
10:42pm  ACDST 28 Nov01:03 am ACDST 29 Nov03:23 am AECST 29 Nov
8:12pm  AWST 28 Nov10:33 am AWST 28 Nov12:53 am AWST 29 Nov

For everywhere in Australia except WA, the eclipse occurs around midnight, you will have to be dedicated to stay up for this. For other regions, see here for UT timings.
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The Sky This Week - Thursday November 29 to Thursday December 6

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The Full Moon is Thursday November 29, at this time there is a penumbral eclipse. Mars is in Sagittarius. Jupiter is visible in the late evening sky and is visited by the Moon on the 29th. Jupiter is at opposition on December 3. In the morning skies Venus is low on the horizon. Saturn is visible low in the morning sky not far from Venus. Mercury is in the morning sky below Venus.


Morning sky on Sunday December 2 looking east as seen from Adelaide at 5:15 am local daylight saving time in South Australia. Saturn and Venus are drawing apart, Mercury is just on the horizon. Similar views will be seen elsewhere at the equivalent local time (click to embiggen).


The Full Moon is Thursday November 29, at this time there is a penumbral eclipse.

This is for real enthusiasts only, starting at 10:12 pm AEST on the 28th, with maximum at 12:33 AEST on the 29th (add one hour for daylight saving time), you will see only a faint darkening of the northern part of the Moon as it traverses Earth's outer shadow.


Bright white Venus is now quite low above the eastern horizon,  and hard to see from cluttered horizons. Venus looks like a waxing Moon when seen through even a small telescope. Venus is in the constellation of Virgo.

Saturn is now visible above the eastern horizon before dawn. Saturn climbs higher in the morning sky and moves away from Venus during the week.

Mercuryreturns to the morning sky, but is difficult to see in the twilight below Venus. You will need a flat, unobscured horizon (like the ocean) to see it. Mercury is at its furthest from the Sun on the 5th.


Evening sky looking north as seen from Adelaide at 1:00 am local daylight time on Thursday November 29. The Moon is not far from Aldebaran and Jupiter. At this time the penumbral eclipse will be at its darkest. The keen eyed may see a slight darkening of the northern half of the Moon. Similar views will be seen elsewhere at the equivalent local time.  Click to embiggen.

Mars is in the constellation  Sagittarius. Mars is now the brightest object in the western sky as the red star Antares, is lost in the twilight. Mars's distinctive red colour makes it relatively easy to spot.

Mars will be in binocular range of M22, one of the finest globular clusters in the sky, for most of the week.

Mars sets shortly after 9:30 pm local daylight saving time.

Mars was at opposition on March 4, when it was biggest and brightest as seen from Earth. Sadly, this is a poor opposition and Mars will be fairly small in modest telescopes.

Jupiter is still seen above the north-western horizon in the early morning sky. Jupiter is at opposition on December 3, when it is biggest and brightest as seen from Earth.

Jupiter is below the Hyades, between the red star Aldebaran and the dimmer blue white star Elnath, although closer to Aldebaran. Jupiter moves slowly towards Aldebaran during the week, making it look as if the Bull has two eyes.

Jupiter, Aldebaran and the red star Betelgeuse in Orion form a long thin triangle in the sky. With the Pleiades cluster and the constellation of Orion close by, this is a beautiful sight. 

Jupiter is easily seen in the late evening sky, rising around 8:30 pm local daylight saving time and is moderately high by midnight. Now is the best time to observe Jupiter with a small (or large) telescope. Jupiters' Moons are easily seen in binoculars, and can be followed from night to night changing position.  

There are lots of interesting things in the sky to view with a telescope. If you don't have a telescope, now is a good time to visit one of your local astronomical societies open nights or the local planetariums.

Printable PDF maps of the Eastern sky at 10 pm AEDST, Western sky at 10 pm AEDST. For further details and more information on what's up in the sky, see Southern Skywatch.

Cloud cover predictions can be found at SkippySky.
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Radar Portraits of Asteroid 2012 PA8

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You may remember my post on catching the flyby of Asteroid 2012 PA8 when it zipped by at 16.8 Earth-Moon distances on November 5. Well, NASA's Goldstone radar caught these portraits of the asteroid as it zoomed by.
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Carnival of Space #277 is Here!

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Carnival of Space #277 is now up at The Venus Transit. There's astronomy podcasts, blimps in space, laser fusion, commercial flights to the Moon and some nice vintage space. Grab a balloon and float on over.
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