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  • A lunar Christmas gift, unseen in 38 years

    A rare full moon will reveal early on Friday morning, the likes of which we haven't seen on a Christmas Day since 1977, and won't see again until 2034. And while there is no man in the moon, there is a team of scientists sending their holiday greetings from the skies.

A rare full moon will reveal early on Friday morning, the likes of which we haven't seen on a Christmas Day since 1977, and won't see again until 2034. And while there is no man in the moon, there is a team of scientists sending their holiday greetings from the skies. Cristina Rayas McClatchy
A rare full moon will reveal early on Friday morning, the likes of which we haven't seen on a Christmas Day since 1977, and won't see again until 2034. And while there is no man in the moon, there is a team of scientists sending their holiday greetings from the skies. Cristina Rayas McClatchy

Shaffer: Dreaming of a slight Christmas

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