Hello @Diamond Lim
can you take off your mailing list?
I am leaving Candy Crush. Levels have become insanely difficult lately, so it does not make sense to play when even 50 attempts are not enough.
Thanks in advance
I'm obsessed with the moon..I love it. I took a picture of the solar eclipse back in 2017. And I just took a picture of the full moon in my own yard
I'll be watching, I love this! Don't know if being where I'm located I can see but will be watching.
Wow! That was quite informative. I just checked in to look up strategy for a Candy Crush level, and end up with knowledge of celestial events. Thanks, @WendyG78 (and to @Diamond Lim for tagging me in so many interesting & fun topics). I shall endeavor to get out more at night and look up (actually, for this very purpose, just last week I downloaded an astronomy app on my new iPhone, which identifies every object - unless a UFO flys by, anyway).
While I’m fascinated by the science (& have dabbled in astrology), as a comparative mythology geek I tend to focus on all the stories associated with stars & planets in the night sky. I need to get my 👀 out of books and looking at the real thing more often! 🪐💫⭐️🤩
In New York I have too much light pollution, sadly. 😢
So sad to hear that 💞maybe you could catch a glimpse during a blackout.🤗
AWESOME! Thanks!😊 Glad I could help inspire a want to experience the world outside a little more💞 Love the mythology stories as well📚 I like reading outside, taking a break ever so often to look around🌌💡You could try this.Maybe thinking as testing what you know can help take action in getting out more often.🔎can also use your new app to check your answers 💞☯️
@CarlitaAlfonso 💞Great bit of information.Thanks for posting. 🌌stop by again sharing what you was able to see☯️💚
hi@greddycandy 💞 all to true. We must remind ourselves to take breaks occasionally and remember something bigger.🌌💚 I'm afraid I cant help much for the southern hemisphere, Most of what I know is just wanting to learn more about what I have experienced for myself.💕.though I do recall a NEW METEOR SHOWER called Arids . I believe should be appearing @ about this time. 🌌💞
@Spinnifix 💞🌌 Thank you so much! 💚I'm lucky enough to live in a mountainous region able to get away from the blinding city lights..☯️ appreciate information on badges. Would you share with me how or where I can obtain permission process for badges?🤗💚
@CassD 💞🌌 that's awesome! The Comet McNaught was in Southern hemisphere,you might be able to help out @greddycandy with some astronomy info.💞sadly,I wasnt able to experience that one,though I think the last I seen was around March/April also of 2007 the Comet Hale-Bopp. Guess its time to look for some💞☯️
I am not sure what is out there but when I do find out, I will post it here.🤣
Thanks for the tag @Diamond Lim and for this wonderful topic @WendyG78!
I love observe the sky night and day but I live near a big city and there is a lot of light pollution ☹️ Fortunately my city switch of the lights between 1 and 5 o'clock! And the moon and Venus are often visible to wonder our eyes 🌙✨
I'm sorry @WendyG78, but I live in the Northern hemisphere and we were on holiday at the time of Comet McNaught's appearance, so we were very fortunate to be in New Zealand. Do hope someone else will be able to help @greddycandy .
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