Mar 10, 2009

Worm Moon Full Tonight Mar 10, 2009

Space Weather News for March 10, 2009

SATELLITE DEBRIS UPDATE: The first catalogued fragments of shattered satellite Cosmos 2251 are about to reenter Earth's atmosphere. According to US Strategic Command tracking data, reentries will occur on March 12, 28 and 30, followed by more in April.

Radar cross sections are not available for all of the reentering pieces; they are probably centimeter-class fragments that pose no threat to people on the ground.

Visit SpaceWeather for more information.

WORM MOON: Tonight's full Moon has a special name - the Worm Moon. It signals the coming of northern spring, a thawing of the soil, and the first stirrings of earthworms in long-dormant gardens.

Step outside tonight and behold the wakening landscape. "Worm moonlight" is prettier than it sounds." #


It'd better be.

Well, here are a few brief astrological notes on tonight's Worm Moon in Virgo as it culminates (perfects its fullness) over the White House.

Three Trees in Moonlight

Drawing by Jude Cowell 2009+

Image imported from Secret Moon Art.

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