Blue Moon Rising in Australia

Today I received a online video of the Blue Moon from Deohara. The Blue Moon rising is the most beautiful time-lapsed photography I have ever seen. Thinking you too will enjoy at

Enjoy the slow time of rising moon. Enjoy breathing in beauty. Send out beauty after you have witnessed this beautiful video.

Deohara says, “On the 31st of July, this beautiful time-lapse rise of the Full Blue Moon was captured 2 ½ miles away from Cape Byron Lighthouse, on Belongil Beach, Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia. The head land and lighthouse at Byron Bay is the most easterly point of the Australian Mainland and therefore is the first place in Australia to watch the full moon rise. This video is made up of 1038 frames and slowed down to as close to real time as possible. The photographer [Luke Taylor] has been working on perfecting this type of time lapse for over a year now after seeing the work of his favorite photographer Mark Gee.”


What is the night sky saying

I am not one to imagine things that aren’t there. For the last few weeks I have been noticing a bright light in the southeast sky. It is a very bright light and appears closer than stars.Algol in Perseus The light pulsates and appears to have some source of light around it at times. What can it be?

Wednesday, November 4
The variable star Algol in Perseus reaches minimum brightness at 8:32 p.m. EST, when it shines at magnitude 3.4. If you start watching it after darkness falls this evening, you can see it more than triple in brightness, to magnitude 2.1, over the course of a few hours. This eclipsing binary star runs through a cycle from minimum to maximum and back every 2.87 days. Algol appears in the northeastern sky after sunset and passes nearly overhead around midnight local time.