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The longest lunar eclipse in 1000 years occurs tonight.

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Australians will be able to observe a very short total lunar eclipse on Wednesday evening.

Published in Space
Monday, 02 July 2018 09:35

Walsh joins Oki as wide-format BDM

Printer vendor Oki Data Australia has appointed Jim Walsh as business development manager for wide format printers.

Published in People Moves
Sunday, 04 December 2011 23:14

Total lunar eclipse this coming weekend

For the night-owls, look up in the northern sky a little after midnight on Sunday December 11th and the moon which ought to be blazing down will be strangely dim.

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Tuesday, 02 August 2011 17:28

Barwon Health picks local billing software

Regional health service Barwon Health is deploying LRS Health's MediBILL electronic billing system.

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It seems that even spectacular events like total solar eclipses of the sun pale into significance compared to the likes of yesterday's lunar eclipse which turned the moon shades of copper to blood red.

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Australia had plenty of moon units gazing up at Earth's major orbiter early this morning, as a red, dead moondemption eclipsed the threat of ash - but wasn't able to overcome view-marring cloudy weather for some.

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Wednesday, 15 June 2011 12:19

Drink in the lack of moonshine: tomorrow

Tomorrow morning, the 16th of June, the moon will turn red thanks to Chilean volcanic ash as it goes through a major celestial event: a lunar eclipse.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 24 January 2011 13:06

Micro Focus adds Java, Azure to platform list

Micro Focus's COBOL development software can now be used to create code for the Java Virtual Machine or Windows Azure as well as the previously supported platforms.

Once every 27 years astronomers see a mysterious object passing in front of the star epsilon Aurigae. Based on new images taken in January 2010 when the star was fully eclipsed by this mysterious object, astronomers now think the object is another star with a dusty disk around it.


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An Australian developed code analysis tool will ship alongside Microsoft's Visual Studio 2010.

January 15, 2010 goes down in astronomy history as the day the longest annular eclipse will occur in the third millennium. The solar eclipse was seen in much of central Africa, Maldives, southern India, northern Sri Lanka, and parts of Myanmar and China.

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Six minutes, 39 seconds is the maximum duration of the total solar eclipse (seen in some parts of the world), which is due to begin early in the morning of July 22, 2009, starting in the Gulf of Khambhat, east of India.

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Monday, 11 May 2009 19:40

Europa eclipsing Ganymede caught on video

A rarely recorded astronomical event in our Solar System occurred recently when one of Jupiter’s moons moved directly in front of another one and Australian amateur astronomer Anthony Wesley caught it on video.

Published in Space
Sunday, 08 February 2009 20:27

Penumbral lunar eclipse set for Monday 2.9.2009

On Monday, February 9, 2009, see the northern half of the full Moon pass through the shadow of Earth, producing a penumbral lunar eclipse, the first lunar eclipse of 2009. The only things you need are your eyes and clear skies overhead!

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A new release of IBM's Lotus Symphony office suite brings the software to a wider audience with a beta for Mac OS X and a full version for Ubuntu Hardy Heron. Can Symphony take a significant share of the office suite market from OpenOffice and Microsoft, or is the company's attempt to compete merely an Irrelevant Business Move?

Published in Development
Friday, 05 September 2008 08:03

Oracle Enterprise Pack fuses with Eclipse

In late August 2008, Oracle announced the Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, a new component of Oracle Fusion middleware and the first free Eclipse 3.4 "Ganymede" environment to support their WebLogic Server 10g Release 3.

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Many of the peoples of Earth will be able to see this last partial lunar eclipse of 2008 on Saturday night, August 16, and/or Sunday morning, August 17, 2008. Hopefully, the night sky will be clear for you!

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A total solar eclipse will begin in northern Canada early Friday morning, and sweep through Greenland, the Arctic, Russia, Mongolia, and China. A partial solar eclipse will be seen in the northeastern parts of North America, and much of Europe and Asia.

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