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Dusk is a magical time when the light of day gradually becomes the dark of night. Great believers, changers and imaginers see ‘dusk’ as the perfect time to go from here (wherever you are) to there (wherever you image being or would like to be--sometimes referred to as ‘BEYOND’).

However, scientists see dusk (and dawn) differently. To a scientist, dusk is defined by the angle of the sun as it goes below the horizon; the degree of that angle divides dusk into three categories.

Civil Dusk: the Sun’s disk is 6 degrees below the horizon. In good weather, we see brilliant orange, red and pink skies; we can also see Venus and Jupiter.

Nautical Dusk: the sun’s disk is 12 degrees below the horizon. At this time, it is difficult for sailors to distinguish land or water from the sky. Therefore, they cannot use the horizon as a reference for navigating by the stars. At this time, the constellations begin to be visible.

Astronomical Dusk: the sun’s disk is 18 degrees below the horizon. At this time, astronomers may be able to see galaxies, but only faintly due to the very last rays of light.

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