How to navigate a new Moon?
How to get out of the shadow of a dead Moon?
These are some of the questions that have been asked over the past week.
But, in the words of an astrophysicist, “You can only make it wrong by going.”
The new Moon is due to arrive on Wednesday at around 6:42 pm local time (1:42 am EDT), meaning that the next few days could be very busy for the entire planet.
Here’s a guide to what you need to know about the next couple of days.
How to deal w/ a new moon This will be a tricky time for Earths climate system, according to David Zeebe, a professor at the University of California at Davis.
“There are so many things that are changing,” he said.
He told us that the Sun is now going to be at a higher altitude than it has ever been, meaning the air is warmer, which means more moisture is getting into the Earth’s surface.
That moisture, in turn, will raise the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere, which will make the Earth more sensitive to global warming.
The atmosphere is also changing, which is why the Sun’s light is being reflected back into space.
Zeebe told us the changes are creating “very strange” atmospheric conditions that can lead to dust storms, which are more intense than usual, with dust particles being scattered by wind currents.
So, if you’re headed out to the New Moon, you might want to plan ahead.
Here’s a look at how to get to the new moon and what you can expect from it.
Plan ahead: The Sun is in a lower position than it ever has been, so the atmosphere is warming and the Sun has been brightened.
It is not yet the hottest time of the year.
The sun is at its brightest, and the Moon is only about two thirds the size of Earth.
If you’re on the East Coast, you can get a good look at the Moon through the night sky.
But you can also get a great view of the new Sun during the morning and evening, when it is at a lower altitude.
But you will have to be a little bit patient.
“We’re not going to see it for at least a week,” Zeeb said.
That’s because the Sun will be on a higher elevation than it was a few years ago, so that will cause the Earth to be closer to the Sun.
The Moon will be at its lowest point on the Moon, and it’s not likely that the Moon will rise above the Earth until the evening of Wednesday.
And don’t get too excited.
There’s no guarantee that the new day will be the day you have been looking for.
Instead, prepare to take a little detour to the local watering hole to cool off before you head back out to watch the sky.
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Solar eclipse glasses, telescopes and binoculars are available at most eclipse sites.
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