Monday, March 13, 2006

Your Daily Forecast


Here is today's forecast for Cancer - Tuesday, March 14, 2006

It is possible to go a long way with a ball and chain. All you need is
a wheelbarrow in which to transport the ball and the ability to hop.
If you are obliged to live with this impediment for any great length
of time, it is possible that you will become adept at the art of
coping. You can get used to most things if you try. When, though, you
are offered the use of a pair of wire cutters, it is wiser to take
advantage of the opportunity than it is to say, 'No thank you, I
haven't got any room for these in my wheelbarrow!'<end/>
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Jonathan's Thought for the Day.

<end/><thought>Just before midnight tonight<b>*</b>, as the moon
becomes completely full, the earth will cast a subtle shadow across
its face. This 'darkening of the moon' is seen, in some traditions, as
inauspicious. I prefer to think of it as 'cathartic'. Though we often
find ourselves facing our fears at such times, we need no more worry
about a penumbral eclipse than we need be afraid of our own shadow!
I'll be out watching it this evening... after which I'll be taking a
brief break while my colleague, Eric Francis, takes over the daily
predictions for the next few days.<br><b>*</b> London time 11.35pm.
Other timings: New York: 7.35pm, Tuesday; India: 4.35am, Wednesday;
Perth: 7.35am, Wednesday. The eclipse is visible from all of Africa
and Europe. Observers throughout most of North America will find the
eclipse already in progress as the Moon rises on Tuesday evening.
However, no eclipse will be visible from westernmost North America
(Yukon, British Columbia, Alaska, Washington, Oregon and California)
since the event ends there before moonrise. Similarly the event is not
visible from Eastern Australia or north and central Japan. For NASA's
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