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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Quasi 500-Year Cycle Signals In Solar Activity

Earth Science Research; Vol. 7, No. 1; 2018 Lihua Ma, Zhiqiang Yin & Yanben Han – National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China Abstract Direct observations of solar activity are available for the past four century, so some…

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Blood moon eclipse

Perth was lucky enough to see a full blood moon eclipse last night (and at a sensible hour). The red color comes as sunlight passes through dust, and became much more obvious once we got half the moon covered. It…

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Lights Are On, But Nobody Is Home

Tweet via The Deplorable Climate Science Blog January 31, 2018 at 09:35PM

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Amid a warming planet, snow falls in Southern Morocco – first time in 50 years

After several decades of extremely dry weather, residents in southern regions of Morocco finally woke up this morning to an unusual snowfall that currently impacted Ouarzazate, Taroudant and even Zagora, which has not experienced snowfall for fifty years. Several photos…

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