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https://plus.google.com/114956195376444218190 Nicole MacDonald : Indie reads I loved: Introducing Starcrossed Perigee by Tracey Lee Campbell Blurb: Aric Brennan is a...
Indie reads I loved: Introducing Starcrossed Perigee by Tracey Lee Campbell
Blurb: Aric Brennan is a whisperer - a perfectly
engineered human/alien hybrid, designed specifically to charm and seduce. When
Lucy is stalked by his unearthly creators, she has no choice but to trust him
to help her navigate a way through a horrifying rea...
Indie reads I loved: Introducing Starcrossed Perigee by Tracey Lee Campbell
Blurb: Aric Brennan is a whisperer - a perfectly engineered human/alien hybrid, designed specifically to charm and seduce. When Lucy is stalked by his unearthly creators, she has no choice but to trust him to help her naviga...
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https://plus.google.com/108813525005673193101 Pamela Shaman : Total Solar Eclipse March 20th 2015 (An Equinox Supermoon Eclipse in 29 degrees of Pisces!!) ~ Omg! ...
Total Solar Eclipse March 20th 2015 (An Equinox Supermoon Eclipse in 29 degrees of Pisces!!) ~ Omg! I've just heard the news about the coming Solar Eclipse! It will be Europe's biggest since 1999. There won't be another one until 2026. Lunar perigee will occur the evening before, this makes it a ‘Supermoon’ eclipse, and furthermore it's happening at the beginning of the Spring Equinox!

This will be taking place on the morning of March 20th, a partial eclipse will be visible across Europe, North Africa and Russia for around 90 minutes. Northern Scandinavia and the Faroe Islands will experience totality. Please follow the link below for more info.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2966822/Solar-eclipse-Europe-84-cent-sunlight-blocked-London-Scandinavia-gets-total-blackout.html
Solar eclipse could see 84% of sunlight blocked out over London
The eclipse on 20 March will see 84 per cent of the sun covered in London and 94 per cent in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh. It will be the biggest event of its kind since August 1999 (shown).
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https://plus.google.com/104636240894770193903 Dhara Jadeja : Total Solar Eclipse March 20th 2015 (An Equinox Supermoon Eclipse in 29 degrees of Pisces!!) ~ Omg! ...
Total Solar Eclipse March 20th 2015 (An Equinox Supermoon Eclipse in 29 degrees of Pisces!!) ~ Omg! I've just heard the news about the coming Solar Eclipse! It will be Europe's biggest since 1999. There won't be another one until 2026. Lunar perigee will occur the evening before, this makes it a ‘Supermoon’ eclipse, and furthermore it's happening at the beginning of the Spring Equinox!

This will be taking place on the morning of March 20th, a partial eclipse will be visible across Europe, North Africa and Russia for around 90 minutes. Northern Scandinavia and the Faroe Islands will experience totality. Please follow the link below for more info.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2966822/Solar-eclipse-Europe-84-cent-sunlight-blocked-London-Scandinavia-gets-total-blackout.html
Solar eclipse could see 84% of sunlight blocked out over London
The eclipse on 20 March will see 84 per cent of the sun covered in London and 94 per cent in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh. It will be the biggest event of its kind since August 1999 (shown).
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https://plus.google.com/105567771425616830354 Pete Anahata : Total Solar Eclipse March 20th 2015 (An Equinox Supermoon Eclipse in 29 degrees of Pisces!!) ~ Omg! ...
Total Solar Eclipse March 20th 2015 (An Equinox Supermoon Eclipse in 29 degrees of Pisces!!) ~ Omg! I've just heard the news about the coming Solar Eclipse! It will be Europe's biggest since 1999. There won't be another one until 2026. Lunar perigee will occur the evening before, this makes it a ‘Supermoon’ eclipse, and furthermore it's happening at the beginning of the Spring Equinox!

This will be taking place on the morning of March 20th, a partial eclipse will be visible across Europe, North Africa and Russia for around 90 minutes. Northern Scandinavia and the Faroe Islands will experience totality. Please follow the link below for more info.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2966822/Solar-eclipse-Europe-84-cent-sunlight-blocked-London-Scandinavia-gets-total-blackout.html
Solar eclipse could see 84% of sunlight blocked out over London
The eclipse on 20 March will see 84 per cent of the sun covered in London and 94 per cent in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh. It will be the biggest event of its kind since August 1999 (shown).
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https://plus.google.com/114637180970894143016 Eric Hill : Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon...
Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special

Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon?’

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

http://www.universetoday.com/118769/black-moon-why-the-february-new-moon-is-special/
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-VAeE9X5uXCk/VOYKZHijd1I/AAAAAAAA7GU/9A0WLCLZuxs/w506-h750/15451071237_1efd7352e5_z.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/100525213510374458197 Jacob Mitchell : Soooo... I got bored and decided to do some calculations on what kind of cow we need if we want it to...
Soooo... I got bored and decided to do some calculations on what kind of cow we need if we want it to jump over the Moon (in real life...sort of...) Just so you know, I did all the math using online calculators and my spreadsheet, so I don't really know what I'm doing and I'm not showing my work. The numbers seem about right, anyway.

The following assumes that the Earth has no atmosphere, the cow is jumping from sea level, the Moon is at its average altitude, we aren't worrying about timing here, the cow weighs 750 kilos, and the cow takes 2 seconds to go from crouching position to its hooves leaving the ground.

I used an orbital spreadsheet I made to determine that if the cow's perigee was at sea level and its apogee was 100km above the Moon's average altitude, the cow's speed at perigee would be 11,095.71 m/s. At this eccentric orbit, even a 0.001% decrease in this speed at perigee is enough to lower the apogee 100km, causing a cow-Moon collision.

The acceleration I calculated was 5,547 m/s^2. That means the cow is experiencing 566 gees over 2 seconds.

I calculated the amount of newtons the cow's 4 legs are putting out and got 4,161 kilonewtons, a little more than the thrust of an RD-180 rocket engine (2 are used on the first stage of the Atlas Common Core Booster).



Well, that was fun. Probably made some mistakes somewhere in there, but I think the numbers seem pretty accurate from my experiences in Realism Overhaul.
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https://plus.google.com/116566387490381414604 Naveen Porwal : Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon...
Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special

Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon?’

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

http://www.universetoday.com/118769/black-moon-why-the-february-new-moon-is-special/
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-VAeE9X5uXCk/VOYKZHijd1I/AAAAAAAA7GU/9A0WLCLZuxs/w506-h750/15451071237_1efd7352e5_z.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/111564898556384376321 Jotei Yamatosama : Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon...
Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special

Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon?’

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

http://www.universetoday.com/118769/black-moon-why-the-february-new-moon-is-special/
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-VAeE9X5uXCk/VOYKZHijd1I/AAAAAAAA7GU/9A0WLCLZuxs/w506-h750/15451071237_1efd7352e5_z.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/105292341555708873012 Paranormal Today! : Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg Yeah, we know. The hype...
Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

Not that the first lunar perigee of 2015 was an especially close one in time or space at 359,642 kilometres distant. Is every New and Full Moon now destined to become branded ‘super’ in the never ending SEO quest to get eyeballs on web pages?

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https://plus.google.com/105030879479059605082 Conspiracy Theories Today! : Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg Yeah, we know. The hype...
Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

Not that the first lunar perigee of 2015 was an especially close one in time or space at 359,642 kilometres distant. Is every New and Full Moon now destined to become branded ‘super’ in the never ending SEO quest to get eyeballs on web pages?

More http://bit.ly/17xC9zg
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https://plus.google.com/102667070447804387926 Blogging Citizen Journalism Today! : Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg Yeah, we know. The hype...
Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

Not that the first lunar perigee of 2015 was an especially close one in time or space at 359,642 kilometres distant. Is every New and Full Moon now destined to become branded ‘super’ in the never ending SEO quest to get eyeballs on web pages?

More http://bit.ly/17xC9zg
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-IlmB943yw54/VOcQcKeitUI/AAAAAAAAGBk/r3tr5OFhDhQ/w506-h750/a887243c-0a8b-4cf1-9894-eebe0c94218a
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https://plus.google.com/103809552130849862184 Alternative News Today! : Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg Yeah, we know. The hype...
Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

Not that the first lunar perigee of 2015 was an especially close one in time or space at 359,642 kilometres distant. Is every New and Full Moon now destined to become branded ‘super’ in the never ending SEO quest to get eyeballs on web pages?

More http://bit.ly/17xC9zg
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https://plus.google.com/114742087947228211322 Kaii Tii Mariee : Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon...
Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special

Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon?’

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

http://www.universetoday.com/118769/black-moon-why-the-february-new-moon-is-special/
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-VAeE9X5uXCk/VOYKZHijd1I/AAAAAAAA7GU/9A0WLCLZuxs/w506-h750/15451071237_1efd7352e5_z.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/101274439675972416617 UFONewsAndMore : Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg Yeah, we know. The hype...
Black Moon: Why The New Moon On February 18th Is Special http://bit.ly/17xC9zg

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

Not that the first lunar perigee of 2015 was an especially close one in time or space at 359,642 kilometres distant. Is every New and Full Moon now destined to become branded ‘super’ in the never ending SEO quest to get eyeballs on web pages?

More http://bit.ly/17xC9zg
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https://plus.google.com/110334619481794377165 softrockmusic fan : Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon...
Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special

Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon?’

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

http://www.universetoday.com/118769/black-moon-why-the-february-new-moon-is-special/
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-VAeE9X5uXCk/VOYKZHijd1I/AAAAAAAA7GU/9A0WLCLZuxs/w506-h750/15451071237_1efd7352e5_z.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/108821476270310541855 Charles Bosse : The phenomenon explained by plusser Kevin McBride: The new moon comes on February 18, 2015, and then...
The phenomenon explained by plusser Kevin McBride:
 The new moon comes on February 18, 2015, and then reaches perigee less than one-third day later. It’s the closest new moon of the year, which qualifies it as a new moon supermoon. It’s also a seasonal Black Moon; that is, the third of four new moons in the current season (December solstice to March equinox). The moon reaches lunar perigee – the moon’s closest point to Earth for the month – some 7.6 hours after the moon turns new at 23:47 UTC (6:47 p.m. CDT) on February 18. Don’t expect to see anything special, not even a little crescent . A full moon supermoon is out all night – brighter than your average full moon. But a new moon supermoon is only out during the daytime hours, hidden in the sun’s glare.
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https://plus.google.com/105250808684661665873 Beth Fernandez : Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon...
Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special

Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon?’

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

http://www.universetoday.com/118769/black-moon-why-the-february-new-moon-is-special/
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-VAeE9X5uXCk/VOYKZHijd1I/AAAAAAAA7GU/9A0WLCLZuxs/w506-h750/15451071237_1efd7352e5_z.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/100568693278283995379 Electrum Draco : Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon...
Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special

Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon?’

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

http://www.universetoday.com/118769/black-moon-why-the-february-new-moon-is-special/
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-VAeE9X5uXCk/VOYKZHijd1I/AAAAAAAA7GU/9A0WLCLZuxs/w506-h750/15451071237_1efd7352e5_z.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/108305986241738899171 Universe Today : Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon...
Black Moon: Why the New Moon on February 18th is Special

Did you hear the one about last month’s ‘supermoon?’

Yeah, we know. The hype was actually for an event that was less than spectacular, as it revolved around the first New Moon of 2015 on January 20th. Said suspect Moon was touted as ‘super’ (we prefer the quixotic term proxigean) as it occurred 18 hours prior to perigee.

http://www.universetoday.com/118769/black-moon-why-the-february-new-moon-is-special/
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-VAeE9X5uXCk/VOYKZHijd1I/AAAAAAAA7GU/9A0WLCLZuxs/w506-h750/15451071237_1efd7352e5_z.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/104594131263721388521 SkyCaramba : Feb. 19 The moon is at perigee at 07:22 UT
Feb. 19 The moon is at perigee at 07:22 UT
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