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March 16 2020 Astronomy Newsletter

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      Sedna – Goddess of the Arctic
Sedna is the Inuit goddess of the sea and its creatures. She abides in the cold, dark depths of the northern seas. Her astronomical namesake is a probable dwarf planet located in the cold, dark distant reaches of the Solar System.
      Perhaps you've read about highlights of 2019. Here's an article about some of the lowlights.
      Five Astronomical Non-events of 2019
Each year we're warned of grim non-events. The predictions don't come to pass, but still keep coming. Some favorites are a massive asteroid impact, Nibiru looming and the dangers of a supermoon. In 2019 there was also imminent lunar collapse and some concern about the alien base on Mercury.

      European Astrofest was held in London. What were the talks about?

1. Space missions, including a classic, a few new ones, and some still in the planning stage.

2. A potpourri of topics, including our debt to massive stars, black holes, the explosive Sun, and the question “Who owns the Moon?”
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      I wish you clear skies.
      Mona Evans, Astronomy Editor

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