Saturday, October 07, 2006
When The Moon Is In The Sixth House
October 6, 2006
Need I say anything else? I think not.
But The Old Farmer's Almanac does:
'This is the year's worst month for planets. Mars finally reaches conjunction and slips behind the Sun on the 23rd. By month's end, Jupiter will be difficult to view as it vanishes into the Sun's glare, as does Venus. Mercury is barely visible above the horizon, making its meeting with Venus from the 20th through the 31st challenging to view. The Moon is so far south that, when one day old on the 23rd, it sets before the Sun; the two-day-old Moon is equally impossible to see. These are the lowest, hardest-to-see crescent Moons in 18 years. Only Saturn is easily visible, but it doesn't rise until 2:30 a.m. The medium-intensity Orionid meteors add some sparkle to the sky on the 21st. Moon phase times are based on Eastern Time.'
(What the hell? The 6th wasn't too shabby.)
Stan Getz & Astrud Gilberto : Fly Me To The Moon (Buy It!)