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THE ROUGE ROBED LADY OF THE SKY

by Raji Singh No matter if your candidates won or lost –keep looking up.  There’s extra good reason this week. On November 13 and 14, 2016, there will be the super-est supermoon in almost 3/4ths of a century. Perigee Moons, … Continue reading

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No. 104: THE ROUGE ROBED LADY OF THE SKY

by Raji Singh It is said that a recent show has become the most watched event in the history of humankind. The audience count is in the billions; viewers on almost every continent. The prime-time spectacular happens only once every … Continue reading

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A SUPER ECLIPSE IN A ROUGE ROBE

By Raji Singh This weekend.  Don’t miss it.  Hasn’t been one since 1982.  Won’t be another until 2033.  What is it?  A total eclipse of a Supermoon.  And, this harvest moon will turn blood red.  See this grand show and … Continue reading

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