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Spring Tides and Neap Tides: How the Angle of the Sun and Moon Directly Impact How Earth is Stretched

The size and fluctuation of tides are directly related to geography and the physics of various places around Earth. The average size of tides, however, rises and falls each month in direct correlation to the angle of the Sun and Moon in relation to Earth. These extremes are called spring tides and neap tides, andContinue reading “Spring Tides and Neap Tides: How the Angle of the Sun and Moon Directly Impact How Earth is Stretched” Continue reading

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Astronomically, it IS an early spring!!

So I read this article and I had to share it with you – I think it’s very good :) Article:  Spring Arrives With Equinox Tuesday, Earliest in Over a Century by Joe Rao, SPACE.com Skywatching Columnist As an introduction, here in Nashville, we’ve been experiencing a really mild spring – personally, I’m pretty happy […] Continue reading

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