Moonrise of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range

Feb. 21, 2016 – Just some photos from tonights drive to the laundromat… ;-)


Wishing all a beautiful Full Moon start of the week.

May Sanity Prevail on this beautiful planet…




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2 Responses to Moonrise of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range

  1. Mar says:

    Hey. There is another monitor (in Poland), propably not connected elsewhere, showing “strange” stuff from december (and even before…).
    its Marie-Curie university in Lublin on the south-east of PL.
    scintillator based gamma spectrometer measuring air outside. simple software throwing raw data on the webpage… guess what? there is now a frame with info, in translation it sounds like “from march 01 we are FORCED to shut down the equipment. this is because of the exploatation wear and the lack of funding for repairs and upgrades”. trololo… You can still look at archived data, plus there are few more days to look at. What i see strange is the detection (low but still, more than no detection) of i131 for past two or three weeks (i have some screenshots) and today cs137. those detections are not recorded in the archive somehow, can only be seen on time, so check that out while its still working. upgraded hourly or more often. blue line is the average, and its running above all the time now.
    Thanks. There may be people visiting your blog, maybe the counting is impaired?

  2. MVB says:

    Thanks, Mar. I added a note to my Polish monitoring page (Nuclear tab –> Online Radiation monitors –> ALL or Poland)

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