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Along with pressure tendency, the condition of the sky is one of the more important parameters used to forecast weather in mountainous areas. Thickening of cloud cover or the invasion of a higher cloud deck is indicative of rain in the near future. At night, high thin cirrostratus clouds can lead to halos around the moon, which indicate the approach of a warm front and its associated rain.[18] Morning fog portends fair conditions and can be associated with a marine layer, an indication of a stable atmosphere.[19] Rainy conditions are preceded by wind or clouds which prevent fog formation. The approach of a line of thunderstorms could indicate the approach of a cold front. Cloud-free skies are indicative of fair weather for the near future.[20] The use of sky cover in weather prediction has led to various weather lore over the centuries.[21] Haro also scoured the sky around the Orion Nebula in the Orion constellation, finding red and blue flare stars, small stars that surge unpredictably with brightness. He identified the Haro-Chavira Comet as well. £25 Sky Fibre Unlimited for 18 months: Sky Fibre areas only. Speeds vary significantly by location. Subject to status. Available to new and existing Sky Broadband and Talk customers without Fibre taking new 18 month subscription for Sky Fibre Unlimited, Sky Talk and Sky Line Rental with or without Sky TV. Compatible line required otherwise £20 connection charge may apply. Further terms apply. £75 Prepaid MasterCard®: Offer available to new customers joining Sky Broadband Unlimited, Sky Fibre, Sky Fibre Unlimited or Sky Fibre Max without TV. Reward must be claimed at sky.com/claim within 90 days of service being activated. One reward per household. Availability subject to stock. Prepaid MasterCard® can be used wherever MasterCard® is accepted, except for gambling, cash withdrawals, currency, cashback or at petrol stations. Unused card values will expire 12 months after the cards are printed. Unlike many other fish fall stories, these fish (with the accompanying rain) fell out of a clear sky. There were no winds or cyclones or anything of that nature, which encouraged a representative of the Ministry of Livestock and Fishery Public Relations to say that the event was a divine intervention and a gift from God. sky c (singular definite skyen, not used in plural form) Ultimately, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) did not take too kindly to Lalande’s “joke.” Felis did not make the cut when the IAU created the now current “official” listing of 88 constellations in 1930. However, cat lovers can be consoled by the fact that along with Leo, there are two other members of the cat family that are near to each other in the current evening sky, albeit rather faint: Leo Minor, the Little Lion and Lynx.  The zodiacal light is not a source of light in the night sky but rather is just reflected light from the sun. The night sky and studies of it have a historical place in both ancient and modern cultures. In the past, for instance, farmers have used the state of the night sky as a calendar to determine when to plant crops. The ancient belief in astrology is generally based on the belief that relationships between heavenly bodies influence or convey information about events on Earth. The scientific study of the night sky and bodies observed within it, meanwhile, takes place in the science of astronomy. In January 2016, drought-affected residents were quite surprised at first to see large fish dropping from the sky along with a brief rain. The fish fell heavily over parts of the city, and the residents were more than happy to collect them and put them to good use.[4] sky c (singular definite skyen, not used in plural form) email: skytower@fitness-academy.com.pl Juno then placed the hapless little crab in the sky as a reward for his services, but failed to adorn it with any conspicuous stars and thus this unfortunate crustacean has been almost invisible ever since.  From Middle English sky, from Old Norse ský (“cloud”), from Proto-Germanic *skiwją, *skiwô (“cloud, cloud cover, haze”), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)kew- (“to cover, hide, cloud”). Cognate with Old English scēo (“cloud”), Old Saxon scio, skio, skeo (“light cloud cover”), Danish, Swedish and Norwegian Bokmål sky (“cloud”), Old Irish cēo (“sky”), Irish ceo (“mist, fog”). Also related to Old English scūa (“shadow, darkness”), Latin obscūrus (“dark, shadowy”), Sanskrit स्कुनाति (skunāti, “he covers”). See also English hide, hut, house, hose, shoe. As the song says, what goes up, must come down. And so it is with the two innermost planets gracing the dusk sky. On its way up is Venus, which gains a bit more altitude each day. The magnitude –3.9 evening “star” now sets 1½ hours after the Sun. On its way down is nearby Mercury, which is wrapping up its most favourable apparition of the year. Not only is the swift little planet setting earlier each night, it’s also losing brightness. By mid-week it has faded to magnitude 1.1—almost a full magnitude fainter than last week. As it descends, Mercury passes brilliant Venus on the evening of the 21st. Meanwhile, the predawn is populated with a second group of planets: Jupiter, Mars and Saturn. For telescope users, Jupiter is the most rewarding. Gleaming at magnitude –2.3, Big Jup climbs to the meridian just after 4:30 a.m., local daylight time. Trailing behind is Mars, which rises at 3:00 a.m. The 0.5-magnitude red planet is still quite small (8 arc seconds diameter), but by the end of April finally might be worth inspecting in your scope. Last to rise is Saturn, which clears the southeast horizon roughly ½ hour after Mars. The ringed planet shines at magnitude 0.5 and climbs to an altitude of nearly 20 degrees as morning twilight becomes noticeably brighter. “You definitely do need a dark sky location to see the zodiacal light, someplace where city lights aren’t obscuring the natural lights in the sky,” EarthSky said. Sky luminance distribution models have been recommended by the International Commission on Illumination (CIE) for the design of daylighting schemes. Recent developments relate to “all sky models” for modelling sky luminance under weather conditions ranging from clear to overcast.[11] Along with pressure tendency, the condition of the sky is one of the more important parameters used to forecast weather in mountainous areas. Thickening of cloud cover or the invasion of a higher cloud deck is indicative of rain in the near future. At night, high thin cirrostratus clouds can lead to halos around the moon, which indicate the approach of a warm front and its associated rain.[18] Morning fog portends fair conditions and can be associated with a marine layer, an indication of a stable atmosphere.[19] Rainy conditions are preceded by wind or clouds which prevent fog formation. The approach of a line of thunderstorms could indicate the approach of a cold front. Cloud-free skies are indicative of fair weather for the near future.[20] The use of sky cover in weather prediction has led to various weather lore over the centuries.[21] Can a computerized telescope replace charts? Not for beginners, I don’t think, and not on mounts and tripods that are less than top-quality mechanically (meaning heavy and expensive). And as Terence Dickinson and Alan Dyer say in their Backyard Astronomer’s Guide, “A full appreciation of the universe cannot come without developing the skills to find things in the sky and understanding how the sky works. This knowledge comes only by spending time under the stars with star maps in hand.” Sky Talk Anytime Extra: UK calls to 01, 02 & 03 numbers only (excludes Channel Islands, indirect access, dial-up internet and 070 numbers). Inclusive UK landline calls last up to an hour, then charged at 14.65ppm at any time of day, or hang up and redial. 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