Friday, September 25, 2015

Rare and red supermoon lunar eclipse to present Sunday night spectacle - The Washington Post

With clear skies on the evening of Sept. 27, the plump Harvest Moon takes on crimson coloring – during a total lunar eclipse. Don your fall jackets, grab a hot mug of hot chocolate – with marshmallows, of course – and meet the neighbors outside for a cosmic chat. Watch heavenly glory unfold.

To make matters more interesting, the reddish, eclipsing moon will be in "perigee" phase – which means it is closest to the Earth for September, and in fact, it is the closest point all year – what some call a "supermoon." A so-called supermoon appears 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than when the moon is farthest away from Earth.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

SharpKeys |

 Remap those annoying, poorly placement laptop keys. Looking at you HP G840...