Tuesday, March 10, 2009

When are the skies always clear in Seattle??

During the full moon.
This must have something to do with gravitational pull, the tides, dim comets in the sky, magnitude of the moon, or the amount of frustration of Seattle deep sky observers?
Again, the theory comes true.

Clear skies (Seattle) = [Sky] - [Clouds] + [Full moon] + [maximum natural light pollution]

Clear Sky Chart:

Moon Phase:

Full: March 10
Time: 4:09pm



Yep. Just another night indoors watching Netflix movies....


Weisenheimer said...

We all must have done something truly horrible in another lifetime! Dratted weather...

Tom said...

Yeah, spent a chunk of money on telescopes, cameras and other electronic goodies to play with! :-)