Dry July star chart

We signed up for Dry July, and I’m making a star chart to record our progress.

Photograph of Alpha Centauri. Alpha Centauri front and centre, as a bright, white dot. Star the first: Alpha Centauri
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Star the second: Star anise
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Brown horse looking over fence, round white mark in the middle of its forehead Star the third: A star marking on a horse
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Reproduction of painting by E. Percy Moran, showing three flags being raised, at the top, the first version of the stars and stripes, with 13 red and white stripes, and 13 stars, one for each of the states that joined the union. The flag raising is attended by soldiers in blue uniforms, and by townspeople. Star the fourth: The stars and stripes
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Star the fifth: Star Trek
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Star the sixth: A blue starfish
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Star the seventh: Stella Maris, Mary, Star of the Sea
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Star the eighth: my horoscope for the day
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Star the ninth: Cate Blanchett
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Sean Bean, wearing a grey suit, blue tie, quiet smile.Star the tenth: Sean Bean
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Star the eleventh: Star change” by Robin Hyde
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Star the twelfth: Beatrice Hill Tinsley
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Star the thirteenth: The Stellar Café
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Star the fourteenth: Stella Gibbons
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Star the fifteenth: “Starlight” by the Supermen Lovers
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Star the sixteenth: the Vergina Sun
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Star the seventeenth: Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
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Star the eighteenth: a crochet star
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Star the nineteenth: a pastry star
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Star the twentieth: The night sky in the Mackenzie country
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Star the twenty-first: The White Star from Babylon 5
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Star the twenty-second: the pentagram
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Star the twenty-third: a fairy bread star
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Dark beamed ceiling, with inset small golden starsStar the twenty-fourth: the Star chamber
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Star the twenty-fifth: the constellation Orion
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Section of Bayeux tapestry showing fiery star in top right corner.Star the twenty-sixth: the fiery star of the Bayeux tapestry – Halley’s comet
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Star the twenty-seventh: the asterisk
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Star the twenty-eighth: Star Wars
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Dark centre, then crackling lightning-like strands of light going out from the centre, in blues and greens and a few yellows, looking like a cross section of a 12-segmented orange.Star the twenty-ninth: the STAR detector
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Star the thirtieth: Stellaluna
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Star the thirty-first: a fallen star

4 comments on “Dry July star chart

  1. […] The last post was a recommendation from Deborah at In A Strange Land. Had Jim and I not run out of time today, I’d have mentioned that she is helping herself in her determination to stay off the demon drink for a month in aid of Dry July with a virtual star chart. A page with links to each day’s post is here. […]

  2. […] Dry July star chart ← Star the thirty-first […]

  3. […] demonstrate that social media can be fun and even helpful, we also discussed the Dry July Star Chart Deborah created which concluded with a post on the efficacy of start charts at In A Strange […]

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