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Has the Moon always been the same distance from the Earth?
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Our "Planting by the Moon's Phase" gardening calendar is a longtime Old Farmer's Almanac tradition. According to this practice, cycles of the Moon affect plant growth.
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Lunar crescents following new Moon
Thank you for making Bob Berman's excellent article available from the 2011 Old Farmer's Almanac. To find Bob Berman's article. First, under the Astronomy option: Go to Moon...
Angle of the Sun
Hello! I was wondering why the angle of the sun is different in Autumn than in Spring. The Azimuths are the same, but in Autumn the shadows are longer and the light seems...
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