We just finished with what is commonly known as the "dog days of summer". Did you know that this term actually originated because of an astronomical event and not a meteorological one? In ancient times, astronomers (in the northern hemisphere) noted that the "dog star", Sirius, was not visible for much of July and early August. Sirius was said to be "with the sun" and the thought was that the brightest star in the night sky joined forces with the sun to c... More>>
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