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10 new holidays

July 2013: If hot dogs get an annual celebration, so should these astronomy-related subjects.
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Earth Day has come and gone. But why be so parochial? Shouldn’t we also have a Sun Day and a Moon Day and even a Saturn Day? Wait, we already have those — even if few care enough about word origins to deliberately observe the ringed planet on Saturday or use a solar telescope on Sunday.

Because you never can have too many holidays, here’s a bunch more we astronomy and nature geeks might propose.

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