Thursday, September 8, 2011
Why Does it Always Have to Rain?
If you're interested, it's in the constellation UrsaMajor, also known as the Big Dipper. More information can be found in this article which says, "It will appear, blueish-white, just above and to the left of the last two stars in the Big Dipper handle." Mercury runs tandem with Regulus, the brightest star in the constellation, Leo the Lion. They are visible in the early morning. This is a great time to be a star gazer. The super nova is expected to peak between Friday and Monday nights.
It's supposed to rain starting tonight and going through Sunday. (sigh)
Beverage: Edinburgh's Finest tea