Online Mona | December

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Welcome everyone to the holiday season 💫🪐🌎💫🌟B.I.R.D.S = Books for Independant Readers Development Society Share these NASA links with me, they are fun to try.  Lots to look up to, (stars) and plenty of Zoom’s to join. Share this letter with your friends, I would love to hear your thoughts. TLE has a ZOOM party on Tuesday, December 15th at 12:00 p.m.

NOTE: Invites were sent out by MailChimp with the online zoom link OR you can contact Enza at 450-688-2933 ext. 3126 for the link.

Don’t forget, it’s BYO-HC (bring your own-Hot Chocolate) LOL

December 21 – Great Conjunction of Jupiter & Saturn

Jupiter and Saturn have been getting mighty cozy in the sky – it’s been hard not to notice the two gas giants shining brightly near each other. Easily seen in the evenings in December.

Ursid (Big Dipper) Meteor Showers – any dark night, during December, in Laval- check them out in your backyard.

The Science of Star Trek

Infinity & Beyond — Episode 13: The Science of Star Trek, Part 1

Join host Abigail Bollenbach as she explains some of the space-travel tech seen in Star Trek, as well as how it compares to what’s possible today.

Solar and Lunar Eclipses Worldwide – 2021

Find Solar Eclipses, Lunar Eclipses, and Planetary Transits Worldwide from 1900 to 2199…

Eclipses in 2021:

  • May 26 Lunar Eclipse (Total) South/East Asia, Australia, Much of North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica.
  • June 10 Solar Eclipse (Annular) Much of Europe, Much of Asia, North/West Africa, Much of North America, Atlantic, Arctic.
  • Nov 18–19 Lunar Eclipse (Partial).   
  • Let’s make a date!

Thank you all for a wonderful 2020 season, and looking forward to an exciting New Year!!!

Online Mona 


Abigail W Bollenbach

April 5, 2021at 9:03 am

Thank you so much for sharing our “Star Trek” episode of “Infinity and Beyond”! It was a lot of fun to work on and you’ll have to stay tuned for an upcoming episode on “Star Wars”.

Mona Arsenault

April 10, 2021at 9:18 pm

Hello Abigail,

So glad you noticed our sharing of the Star Trek episode “Infinity and Beyond”. We are a small group learners who are interested in all forms of Star Trek, space news, astronomy and also NASA student learner activities.
Please give us a ‘heads up’ on future episodes. If you would like to Zoom with us we meet monthly on Monday’s, the last evening of every month. Everyone will be so excited you contacted us. Thank you for your reply. We await future news.

Keep looking up,
Learners for Space
Online Mona
Mona Arsenault

@AbigailWBollenbach #AbigailWBollenbach

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