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# Full Moon 2006 in Pacific Standard Time:
http://sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse/phase/phase2001pst.html

Year      New Moon       First Quarter       Full Moon       Last Quarter

 2006                    
        Jun 25  08:05     Jul  3  08:37     Jul 10  19:02     Jul 17  11:13    
        Jul 24  20:31     Aug  2  00:46     Aug  9  02:54     Aug 15  17:51    
        Aug 23  11:10     Aug 31  14:56     Sep  7  10:42 p   Sep 14  03:15    
        Sep 22  03:45 A   Sep 30  03:04     Oct  6  19:13     Oct 13  16:25    
        Oct 21  21:14     Oct 29  13:25     Nov  5  04:58     Nov 12  09:45    
        Nov 20  14:18     Nov 27  22:29     Dec  4  16:25     Dec 12  06:32    
        Dec 20  06:01     Dec 27  06:48                                        


# Full Moon dates 2006 in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
PST - Pacific US. GMT-7 (Pacific Standard Time subtract 7 hours)
If your local time zone is currently on Daylight Savings time, 
please add one hour to the standard times listed in the Moon phases tables.
Year	Month	Day	Time	Day of week

2006 	Jul	    11	    03:03	Tue
2006 	Aug	 9	    10:55	Wed
2006	   Sep	 7 	    18:43	Thu
2006	   Oct	 7	    03:13	Sat
2006	   Nov	 5	    12:58	Sun
2006	   Dec	 5	    00:24	Tue

http://www.screensaver-download.com/full_moon_calendar_dates.html


# Ask a Scientist - Gray Whale Mystery 

Mon, Jul 10 7:00 - 9:00 pm  Free 

Ask a Scientist and KQED present: Gray Whale Mystery

Once hunted to the brink of extinction, the gray whale has made an 
amazing comeback in the last 80 years. But in 1999 and 2000, these 
unique creatures suddenly began to disappear by the thousands -- 
losing an entire one-third of their population. In the "Gray Whale 
Obstacle Course" episode of KQED's "Jean-Michel Cousteau Ocean 
Adventures" (airing July 19th), Cousteau and his team look for 
answers as they travel the friendly giants' long migration route 
through polluted waters fraught with hungry killer whales and 
dangerous military sonar, all the way to their diminishing Arctic 
feeding grounds. Come get a sneak preview of this thought-provoking 
episode and learn more about these fascinating animals at tonight's 
talk, co-presented with KQED.

Speaker: Shari Bookstaff, Professor of Biology at Skyline College and 
President of the American Cetacean Society

About the Series: Ask a Scientist is an informative, entertaining, 
science lecture series, held at a San Francisco cafe. Each event 
features a speaker on a current topic, a short presentation, and the 
opportunity to ask all those burning questions that have been keeping 
you up at night. No tests, grades, or pressurehellipjust food, 
drinks, socializing, and conversation about the universe's most 
fascinating mysteries! www.askascientistsf.com/

 Venue: Canvas Gallery 1200 9th Ave (@ Lincoln) San Francisco
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.