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Shooting the Supermoon

Supermoon over Maine – © 2012 Karina Chapman Last night, May 5, 2012, we were treated to the sight of a “Supermoon”–a new term coined recently which simply means that the full moon lies at its perigee, or closest approach to Earth. That “closest approach” still put it 221,802 miles away last night. People all … Continue reading

When Photoshop attacks: Which is the REAL Enterprise?

One of these is the REAL Enterprise, as photographed by me over Hoboken on Friday, April 27, 2012. The other…well, let’s just say I found it online, and that someone obviously had a lot of fun with Photoshop!! And… …Yeah, I know. Sorry. I couldn’t resist! Blame my punchiness on having just arrived home after … Continue reading

Last thoughts: The arrival of the Space Shuttle Enterprise in New York City

“When this ship was first built, it was named Constitution. ‘Star Trek’ fans can be very persuasive. They sent a lot of letters to President Gerald Ford, and the president logically decided that the ship should be named after our Spaceship Enterprise.” – Leonard Nimoy (Spock) As always, the Friday…er, the Saturday edition combines a … Continue reading

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