Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Astro-Calendar: 2022 March / Zodiacal Light From Martian Dust Storms?


Image of the mysterious Zodiacal Light, shown in this photograph in the eastern sky just before local Dawn in August of 2000. At the end of March, the Zodiacal Light could be seen, with difficulty, after evening twilight in the western sky of Earth's Northern Hemisphere (weather-permitting). Data from NASA's Juno space probe suggests that the Zodiacal Light may originate from interplanetary particles that came from Martian dust storms.

More information: Link >>> https://buhlplanetarium4.tripod.com/astrocalendar/2022.html#zodlight

(Image Sources: Wikipedia.org, By Dominic Cantin - <http://www.pbase.com/dominiccantin>; <http://www.spacew.com/gallery/DominicCantin>; <http://astrosurf.com/aurores>, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=5068900)

Astronomical Calendar for 2022 March ---
Link >>> https://buhlplanetarium4.tripod.com/astrocalendar/2022.html#mar

 Related Blog Post ---

"Astro-Calendar:2022 Feb. / Lunar New Year Begins." Tue., 2022 Feb. 1.

Link >>> https://spacewatchtower.blogspot.com/2022/02/astro-calendar2022-feb-lunar-new-year.html

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            Tuesday, 2022 March 1.

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Glenn A. Walsh, Informal Science Educator & Communicator:
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Formerly Astronomical Observatory Coordinator & Planetarium Lecturer, original Buhl Planetarium & Institute of Popular Science (a.k.a. Buhl Science Center), Pittsburgh's science & technology museum from 1939 to 1991.
Formerly Trustee, Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall, Pittsburgh suburb of Carnegie, Pennsylvania.
Author of History Web Sites on the Internet --
* Buhl Planetarium, Pittsburgh: Link >>>  http://www.planetarium.cc  Buhl Observatory: Link >>>  http://spacewatchtower.blogspot.com/2016/11/75th-anniversary-americas-5th-public.html
* Adler Planetarium, Chicago: Link >>> http://adlerplanetarium.tripod.com
* Astronomer, Educator, Optician John A. Brashear: Link >>> http://johnbrashear.tripod.com
* Andrew Carnegie & Carnegie Libraries: Link >>> http://www.andrewcarnegie.cc

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