There's a rare 'blue moon' on Friday, a fitting wink to Neil Armstrong by the cosmic calendar. Armstrong's family has suggested paying tribute to him by looking at the moon and giving the astronaut a wink. But as thousands look to the
Since fans of space cannot attend the ceremony for Neil Armstrong, his family has instead asked that you look up at the moon and give it a wink. Now you can also annoy your friends at parties by telling them their definition of blue moon is all ...
A RARE “blue moon” is on its way, a fitting wink to Neil Armstrong by the cosmic calendar. When you hear the words “Blue Moon,” what comes to mind? Some may say the popular 1935 song written by Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart. Others ...
"Once in a blue moon." It's an event rare enough that it has become a common phrase invoked to imply the rarity of other situations. And this Friday is the last time you'll be able to catch the cosmological event until 2015. As you
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