Spring ahead…fall back

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Clocks change back one hour to Standard Time on Sunday.
The moon is one day old on the 31st; not the best for Hallowe’en, but it is at its farthest distance from Earth this year.
A new statistical analysis of over 700 supernovas has scientists rethinking the role of ‘Dark Energy.’
Venus and Saturn sit low in the southwestern sky this week with the moon sliding by on Tuesday and Wednesday.
On Saturday evening, the moon will pass Mars as it grows to 1st quarter on Sunday Nov. 6.

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