• Very Interesting Website ( not music related ) ... and useful too
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I thought I had to share this in case it's any use to people.

The site 'timeanddate.com' has lots of information, interesting facts and useful calculators for everything to do with,
not unsurprisingly, time and date related information, but also astronomical and weather related too.

For example a quick slice of information to be found of this site :-

The International dialling code for Washington DC from where I am in the  UK   =  00 1 202 (local number)

in the UK right now Jupiter and Saturn are about to meet in the sky.

On this day (12th November) 1966 First images of a Solar Eclipse taken from space. The crew of Gemini 12 which included Edwin Eugene "Buzz" Aldrin were able to view and take pictures of the total solar eclipse over South America.

The Leonids Meteor Shower peaks between the 16th - 17th November in both hemispheres.

It's 42 days 00 hours 20 minutes and 08 seconds to Christmas (at time of typing)

You can even have a free Countdown Timer or Free Clock for Your Website

You get the idea

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The Leonids Meteor Shower peaks between the 16th - 17th November in both hemispheres.

What's this?  @Leonard Scaper  has his own meteor shower?   :o       ;D
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November Sound is based on the Mother, Father & Son musical trio of Melissa, Bill & Will. I'm the father so anything I post will have my wife singing and/or my son playing percussion.


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Haven't you heard of "The Leonid's" ?  :o

it's when you get a period of well crafted songs seeming to appear out of nowhere   ;D ;D ;D