I also saw the Super moon last week, although I didn't realise it at the time, for the same reason. Tonight there are reports of a 'magical Geminid meteor shower' and I seem to be taking a lot more notice of what's happening in our night skies ever since my eldest had homework where he had to look out for the Blood moon. As we live in a town, with too much light pollution, we ended up in the car in PJ's for a short jaunt to the beach to get a glimpse of it!
Even when I've been lucky enough to travel to parts of the world where the stars seem to be in touching distance I've never been able to name one constellation or recognise one from another, and have been in awe of those that can. So it was with great interest that I read that the University of Birmingham have devised a new set of constellations to inspire the young; although not official anything that may spark children's interest in science and engineering scores points with me. With December being the best time of year to view 'Paddington Bears Boots' I know what I'll be looking out for tomorrow!
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