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June 30 through July 13 Shows Nightly at 7:30 Rated PG Admission:Adult $15,00 Senior & Child $13.00 Every Tuesday $10.00 Admission For More Information Call 310-510-0179 Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Partly CloudyPartly C oudyPartly CloudyPartly Cloudy Sunny ,Cranny Sunny 73 / 59 74 / 60 70 / 60 70 / 64 65 / 55 66 / 59 68 / 57 Precip Chance: W,*, Precip Chance: 0% Pmcip Clmnce: 0~. Precip Chance: 0% Precip Chance: 0% Preeip Chance: 0% Precip Chance: lye, I Today we will see partly cloud), skies, high temperature of 73, humidity of 64%. South southwest wind 2 to 7 mph. "l~e record high temperature for today is 97 set in 2013. Expect mostly cloudy skies tonight, overnight low of 59, West southwest wind 3 to 6 mph. The record low for tonight is 51 set in t967. Saturday, skies will Date Hi__~ Low Norm~dsPreciP-be pm'tly cloudy, high temperature of 74, 6/2----6 90 ' 78 71/55 0.00" humidity of 62%. South southwest wind 3 t6 6 6/21 92 75 - 72/560.00" mph. Saturday night, skies will be mostly cloudy, 6/22 72 58 72/560.00" overnight low of 60. South southwest wind 5 6/23 74 57 73/560.00" mph. Sunday, skies will be partly cloudy, high of 6/24 72 57 73/570.00" 70, humidity of 69%. 6/25 92 " 63 74/570.00" 6/26 94 79 74/570.00" What is the coldest temperature recorded in the United ,States? "IL6[ "g "tmf uo papJoaax s~ soaagop 0g,O~ "e~s~lv "~aaaD la~sozd uI :a~xtsuy Fri 5:36-7:36 5:58-7:58 Sat 6:20-8:20 6:42-8:42 Sun 7:04-9:04 7:26-9:26 Man 7:48-9:48 8:10-10:10 ]'tie 8:32-10:328:55-10:55 Wed 9:t8-11:189:41-11:41 Thu 10:04-12:04 10:28-12:28 Avalon Catalina Harbor Davy ~ Low Hi.~gh_Lo~ Da__~v Hi.~ Low H~gh Low Fri 2:47 ant 9:33 am4:33 pm ]0:56 pmFri 2:52 am 9:41 am4:38 pm 11:04 pm Sat 4:14am10:28am5:26pmNone Sat 4:19am10:36am5:3lpmNone Sun 5:46am12:15am6:11 pm [l:23anaSun 5:51 am 12:23 am 6:16pm1]:31 am Man 7:05aml:15am 6:50pro 12:13pm Man 7:10aml:23am 6:55pm12:21pm Tue 8:06 am 2:01 am7:25 pm 12:57 pmTne 8:1 l am 2:09 am7:30 pm 1:05 pm Wed 8:53am2:39am 7:57pml:35pm Wed 8:58am2:47am 8:02pml:43pm Thu 9:32 am 3:12am 8:27 pm 2:11 pm Thu 9:37 am 3:20 am8:32pm2:19pm June 30, 1972 - The entire state of Pennsylvania was declared a disaster area as a result of the catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Agnes, which claimed 48 lives and caused 2.1 billion dollars in damage. Day Sunrise Sunset MoonriseMoonset First ~ Fri 5~. 8:~p.m. ~. 1~. C Last 6/30 Sat 5:47 a.m.8:07 p.m.1:42 p.m.1:04 a.m. 7/16 Sun 5:48 a.m.8:07 p.m.2:37 p.m.1:37 a.m. Full /~-~'~' Man 5:48a.m. 8:07p.m. 3:31p.m. 2:10a.m. y.~-~ Tue 5:49 a.m.8:06 p.m.4:25 p.m.2:45 a.m, New 7/9 Wed 5:49 a.m.8:(16 p.m. 5:18 p.m.3:22 a.m. 7/23 Thu 5:50 a.m.8:06 p.m.6:09 p.m.4:02 a.m. I[ . ,, . ,, . I used to hate the moon. tt was the ultimate star destroyer for deep sky objects like nebulae and galaxies, and especially for rtg'teor observing, , a~. ,~'...-i causing an tdtra-clear night in the country to took more like a sky. lit by a large mem~tx)litan area. And then one day,when I was older, probably in *'~111~*" my forlies, ] decided to examine the moon more closely through a tele~ope, I discovered a wondrous land~ape that I11 spend some time discus.sing ne~t week. I also enjoy watching its rapid motion across the sky from night to light. Luna w.r~e s aty.mt 26 of ts diameters each day (13 degrees), catching up to and passing bright stars and planets along its celestial path, All this happens during a period of a little less than a monflt. 27.3 days. the admiral period of t.una aronnd Ore F~axth. This week, the moon treks towards brilliant Jupiter,just to its right by five degrees on Friday and eight degrees to Jupiters left on Saturday. July I. Then slogging castward, Lana heads towards Saturn during the next three days, approaching the Harvest God by July 5. The tbllowing evening, the 96 pereem tit moon passcs over Saturn by less than three degrees low in the SE_ On July 9just after midnight. the full moon lights up rural landscapes bright enough to perceive colors and hike trails ex~~sed to the sky without flashlights as I have done numerous times dndng vacations in the Somhwest. In national parks like Bryce Canyon, mconJit hiking is encouraged by the Park st'fir. I volmueered at Bryce for two years and was given the as.si~lme~lt of imaging its htxxkv.~laced land.,uaape by moordight. That was a wonderful experience with Luna following me eve _rywhere that I went as my trail companion. I have arm enjoyed observing the moon in a more subdued form when it is a thin crescent and embraced in earthshine, the old moon in the arms of the new. Farthshine is caused by the reflected sunlight of our planet mirroring from the portions of the moon that are not sunlit. You can duly catch earthshine when the moon is a thin crescent a.s the light of the old day fades into deep darkness. Tonight, and Monday evenings, June 25/26 are this months opportunities. Binoculars wilt help reveal more distinctly this ghostly sight. Fimdly, do not forget the oppotranity of seeing a n:.v moon when it hides the suu on August 21. Eclipse glasses available from Lou Ann Vlahovic (610-861-14251 in Collier for a buck apiece or purchase them frt~n htn2s://www.eainbowsymphony.com/eclipse-glas~d. Clear skies and good observing to all! www&stmnomy.org YER 12 : Friday, June 30, 2017 THE CATALINA ISLANDER