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Getty Images, photo by Dan Kitwood
Getty Images, photo by Dan Kitwood

Lunar Eclipse Tonight! But Will We See It?

I am all about watching the sky. Stars are so wonderful to stare at! And tonight a partial Lunar Eclipse will happen!

Will we see it?

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Getty Images, photo by Hulton Archive
Getty Images, photo by Hulton Archive

The Flying Car Expected by 2015

The flying car always seemed like a thing of the future. By 2015, the future could be here.  A company called Terragugia is hoping to sell the first flying car, a hybrid car-plane named Transition. The Transition isn’t like a flying car we dreamed of as it is clumsy and hard to handle.

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Getty Images, photo by Justin Sullivan
Getty Images, photo by Justin Sullivan

Maine’s Fire of ’47

Here in Maine they call it the great fire of ’47. It happened on October 17th, 1947. No one knows how it started but they do know where it started: in a cranberry bog near Salisbury Cove and then it spread.

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Damariscotta Pumpkinfest
Photo by Sharon Buck

Damariscotta Beautiful at Pumpkinfest

If you've never been to the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest, you missed out again this year! It was so much fun!

You need to watch the giant pumpkins that have been carved out to become boats! The races always come down to the wire! And when Larry and Don yell "Ready? Set? Get Wet!" the paddlers do their darnedest to navigate through the cold Maine waters around the pumpkin buoys to come in first!

Here are a few pics I took while I was there to sing the National Anthem!

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Getty Images, photo by George Frey
Getty Images, photo by George Frey

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up Week 7

Week 7 of college football saw four upsets in the top 20. Number 5 Stanford fell to unranked Utah 27-21, Utah’s first win against a top 5 opponent in school history. After outlasting LSU last week, #7 Georgia lost to #25 Missouri 41-26, the first time Missouri beat a top 10 team on the road in 32 years.

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Getty Images, photo by Fotosearch
Getty Images, photo by Fotosearch

Red King Crab Season, The Deadliest Catch, Being Affected by Government Shutdown

The boats are ready to go and so are the crews but they are just sitting and waiting for the Government shutdown to be resolved. The federal shutdown means no crabbing permits can be handed out to the dozens of boats ready for red king crab season in Alaska.

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The 14th Annual North American Wife Carrying Championship Is At Sunday River This Weekend

The unofficial kickoff to winter, the Fall Festival takes place at Sunday River on October 12th and 13th. Celebrate with live music, the 14th annual North American Wife Carrying Championship, the Mountain RAID obstacle course, the 30th annual Blue Mountain Arts & Crafts Fair and much more!

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Getty Images, photo by NASA
Getty Images, photo by NASA

Private Space Company Orbital Docks With Space Station

It was a week late arriving at the International Space Station by Orbital Science Corp’s unmanned cargo ship, the Cygnus, docked with the Space Station. The ship should have docked last Sunday following its launch on September 18th but a navigation glitch kept it from docking.

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Getty Images, photo by John W. McDonough
Getty Images, photo by John W. McDonough

Pam Anderson to Run the New York Marathon

I doubt she’ll wear her famous red bikini from Baywatch, but star Pam Anderson is planning on running in the New York marathon in November. She said she likes to do things people think she can’t do so she’s training with a trainer to get ready to run the marathon.

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Getty Images, photo by Sandra Mu
Getty Images, photo by Sandra Mu

Some Planets Have a Type of Military Defense System

Scientists have discovered that plants can communicate with each other to warn against potential danger. The plants that have this function seem to be ground plants like strawberries, clover and reed, plants that have horizontal stems. They grow on, or in, the ground, and they can share information.

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