An hour and thirteen minutes after Aseans and China welcomes the New Year 2010, we will be treated with a rare New Year’s Day Blue Moon. No, Earth’s Moon will not turn color Blue, it has nothing to do with color (if it turns color Blue, then it is because of Earth’s atmosphere at that time). What “Blue Moon” means is that it is the second Full Moon in a single month.
This January 2010 Blue Moon is rare because it falls on New Year’s Day (or New Year’s Eve depending on where you are). This type of Blue Moons only occurs every 19 years, the last was in 1990/1991 and the next will be on 2028/2029.
Last night between 9:30 and 10:00 in the evening, we were staring at the starry skies in front of SM Mall of Asia while reminiscing the things that happened this year 2009 and the 2000 decade. During our conversation, I noticed a big and bright red star at first I thought that it was some red light from a communication tower or antennæ.
Inspecting closer (my eyes have zooming capabilities :p ) I noticed that it wasn’t what I thought it was and it wasn’t twinkling either. I got excited because I knew then that I was looking at humanity’s dream - Planet Mars!
You know the Planet Saturn right? That gas giant in the outer section of our solar system with beautiful rings? Yes, the planet after Jupiter and before Uranus? Good, now you remember. Have you ever wondered what it will be like to live on a planet with rings as beautiful as Saturn’s? Have you ever pictured in your mind how the rings will look like from the perspective of someone standing on that planet?
I did and I still do to this day.
But how about putting those Saturn rings right here on our own Planet Earth? What would the sky be like in our own very familiar world with huge rings above us? How about during the night? Will it be awesome or scary? Earth with rings, hmm…
The July 22, 2009 Total Solar Eclipse was an experience to treasure - yes, even though from where I am it was only partial, about 49.5% here in Megapolitan Manila.
This is technically the first Solar Eclipse I was able to observe, the previous solar eclipses that occured here in the Philippines were, sadly, covered by clouds (and even raining). One of it was the Total Solar Eclipse that was visible in Cebu (Manila got up to 96% at that time if I remember correctly).
Here are my select photos of today’s record-breaking eclipse - longest Total Solar Eclipse at its maximum - 6 minutes and 39 seconds. Oh, you’re in for a treat, 5 video coverage of the Total Solar Eclipse in India, China, and Japan, you’ll even see the firey fires of the sun ;)
YOOki (柳 紀 ・ 유 기) 연대기 은 ᜌᜓᜃᜒ (Yuki ・ 雪亮) 의 캐주얼 및 개인 블로그로의 복귀입니다. “YOOki"라는 이름은 YourOnly.One 의 두문자어와 내 별명 ᜌᜓᜃᜒ (Yuki ・ 雪亮) 의 매시업입니다.
중국 전설에 따르면 「柳」(YOO)는 고대 중국의 성입니다.이 성의 조상은 Yu Shun이라는 고대 현인과 밀접한 관련이 있습니다. 한국에서는 「유 (YOO)“혈통 흔적 하, 한, 조선 왕조에 유, 유 성의 소유자는 자선과 근면으로 명성을 얻었습니다. 1
또한 우아하거나 가느 다란 것을 의미하는 “버들 나무"또는 “버들 나무"의 단어이기도합니다. 그리고 모든 사람에게 지속적인 영양과 자원을 제공하는 수역 근처에서 자라는 나무. 그것은 또한 존재, 기름 (기음 (?)), 그리고 단순히 “U”(당신)를 의미 할 수 있습니다.
한자 「紀」(ki) 문자는 기록, 훈련, 질서 제공을 의미합니다. 한글에 해당하는 「기」(기기)는 에너지, 정신, 기치, 기간을 의미합니다. 동명사 또는 부정사를 만드는 데 사용되는 접미사이기도합니다.
“柳 紀"과 “유 기"가 “YOOki"의 중국어와 한국어로 무슨 뜻인지 아시겠습니까?
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