Tarifa’s moon tonight…

FirstTarifaMoon

Tonight’s moon….directly from Tarifa!

We have great hopes for the Tarifa station. During past sessions where birdwatchers had done moonwatching, they had peaks of up to one sighting….per second! Compare that with the peak readings of one sighting per minute that we got from Hamrun last September (https://lunaves.org/2013/11/13/window-of-opportunity/)

We should not be expecting that type of migration in February (not to mention that there is quite some cloud cover tonight, so results processing will not be too smooth, https://lunaves.org/2013/11/26/head-in-the-clouds/) but it is good to know that all is geared up for March and April.

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