Bob Berman's strange universe: Oddballs in the sky
January 2007: The sky's brightest denizens will all be wonderfully odd in 2007.
January 1, 2007
|I sure don't. And that's just fine. Normal people aren't as much fun as the unusual ones. Maybe it's the same way with the sky. As the clock strikes midnight on New Year's, Sirius will dutifully blaze at its highest point of the night, just as it has for centuries. But after that, things go bananas. The sky's brightest denizens will all be wonderfully odd in 2007. |
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