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Tumbling Emerald Comet Flies By Earth, as Jupiter Kisses Moon
Two messengers from the stars are sweeping past Mother Earth on March 21 and 22, heralding the new spring, and Jupiter will cosy up to the moon...
Earliest Spring Equinox Since 1896 Spans Two Days
Depending upon which Turtle Island time zone you’re in, spring arrived either on Saturday March 19 or Sunday March 20—by a hair...
Triple Header: Solar Eclipse and (Invisible) Super Moon Welcome Spring Equinox
The first day of spring is heralded this year by a solar eclipse that will reach full totality with a new super moon on top of the world, and astronomy buffs are gathering at point...
Punxsatawney Phil Says Six More Weeks of Winter
How an animal saw its shadow in the midst of a snowstorm is anybody’s guess. But see said shadow it did, if one believes the legends...
Spring Equinox: The Desert Is Reborn
Have you caught the Desert Bloom Fever?...
Vernal Equinox Trumps Groundhog: Spring Is Finally Here
Though belied by the continuing chill in the Northeast, the astronomical fact is irrefutable: Spring has arrived. On March 20 at exactly 12:57 p.m...
Orion Sidles Westward, Portending Spring, as Moon's Shy Crescent Hovers
It might not feel like it on parts of Turtle Island, but spring is indeed just around the corner...
'In Like a Lion,' a Poem by Janet Marie Rogers for the Spring Equinox
Janet Marie Rogers
Janet Marie Rogers, Mohawk and Tuscarora, is the Poet Laureate of Victoria, BC, and a contributor to ICTMN -- for more of her work, visit her ICTMN archive here ...
National Native AIDS Day Promotes HIV Testing as Infection Rates Are Rising in Indian Country
March 20 marks National Native AIDS Day , set to coincide with the spring equinox ...