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Astronomical events in 2022 Full Moon Eclipse Details, Meteor Showers: Where to watch, how long it will last and more

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In 2021, we had suborbital flights, we had a rover that landed on Mars, we sent the James Webb telescope, the best so far, in space and we expect many "gifts" in 2022. What will we see in 2022 , if we look up at the sky?

 

Every year is good for astronomers, because a lot of phenomena happen and a lot of objects are seen on Earth

 

One of them will be visible for only 20 minutes, because the Moon is setting. We will have a lunar eclipse on May 16th. Basically, we will have to look at the moon in the morning, around 5 a.m, and we will find that it is very close to the horizon, because it is starting to set, but then it will start to enter the shadow of the Earth. It will be a spectacular phenomenon because we will see both the eclipsed sunset and the rising sun. 

 

 

We will have another partial solar eclipse, which will be visible from us, on October 25. There, the Sun will be about 45 percent covered by the Moon. But it is a beautiful eclipse of the Sun, which will be seen, and for us the advantage is that it is partially visible from anywhere in the world, so we should not be "upset" that others could see it in full.

 

The new year will surely be a delight for heavenly viewers, with plenty of celestial events on the calendar. Here are the main events in the sky in 2022, so you can prepare your binoculars and telescope.

 

 

There are 12 phases of the full moon in 2022, and two of them qualify as supermoons. The definitions of a supermoon may vary, but the term generally refers to a full moon that is brighter and closer to Earth than normal, and therefore appears larger in the night sky.

 

Some astronomers say that the phenomenon occurs when the Moon is at 90% of perigee, the closest to Earth in orbit. According to this definition, the full moon in June as well as July will be considered supermoon events.

 

Here is the list of full astronomical events for 2022:

 

 

January 17: Moon of the Wolf

February 16: Snow Month

March 18: Worm Moon

April 16: Pink Moon

May 16: Flower Month

June 14: Strawberry Month

July 13: Deer Moon

August 11: Moon Sturgeon

September 10: Harvest Month

October 9: Hunter's Month

November 8: Beaver Month

December 7: Cold Moon

 

Lunar and solar eclipses

 

Partial solar eclipses occur when the Moon passes in front of the Sun, but only blocks some of its light. Be sure to wear appropriate eclipse goggles to see solar eclipses safely, as light can be harmful to the eyes.

 

A partial solar eclipse on April 30 can be seen in southern South America, the southeastern Pacific Ocean and the Antarctic Peninsula.

 

Another eclipse on October 25 will be visible in Greenland, Iceland, Europe, Northeast Africa, the Middle East, West Asia, India and western China.

 

A lunar eclipse can only occur during the full moon, when the Sun, Earth, and Moon align and the Moon passes in the shadow of the Earth. The earth casts two shadows on the moon during the eclipse. The penumbra is the partial outer shadow, and the shadow is the complete, dark one.

 

There will be two total lunar eclipses and two partial solar eclipses in 2022, according to The Old Farmer's Almanac.

 

When the full moon passes in the shadow of the Earth, it darkens, but does not disappear. Sunlight passing through the Earth's atmosphere illuminates the Moon dramatically, turning it red, which is why it is often referred to as the "blood moon."

 

Meteor showers

 

The new year begins with the Quadrantid meteor shower, which is expected to peak in the night hours between January 2 and 3 for those in North America, according to the American Meteor Society.

 

The annual Perseid meteor shower in August is a real delight for those observing the sky, as it produces extremely many streaks of light through our atmosphere.

 

It is the first of 12 meteor showers during the year, although the next, the Lyrid meteor shower, does not reach its peak until April.

 

Here are the other rains to watch in 2022:

 

Lyrids: April 21-22

And Aquariids: May 4-5

Southern Delta Aquariums: July 29-30

Alpha Capricorns: July 30-31

Perseids: August 11-12

Orionids: October 20-21

Southern Taurids: November 4-5

Northern Taurids: November 11-12

Leonids: November 17-18

Geminids: December 13-14

Bears: December 21-22

 

If the sky remains clear, the Quarantines should reach their peak on the evening of January 3, after 20:00.

 

Lyride, meteor shower - April 21. In 2022, meteor showers will peak on the night of April 22 until the early hours of April 23.

 

Eta Aquarid, meteor shower - May 6. The meteor shower will peak on the night of May 5 to May 6.

Caused by Comet Halley, this meteor shower can be seen especially by people living in the southern hemisphere.

 

Super Moon - July 13th. A supermoon occurs when the Moon is closest to the Earth during its orbit, at the same time as a full moon, making the Moon appear significantly larger and brighter. In 2022 you will be able to see this show in mid-July.

 

Perseids, meteor showers - August 12 and 13. Perseids can be seen from mid-July to late August, but the peak will be between August 12 and 13.

 

Orionids, meteor showers - October 21. If it is dark at night, it is possible to see between 10 and 20 meteors in the sky every hour.

 

Partial solar eclipse - October 25. The eclipse will be visible in the UK, Europe and parts of the Middle East on October 25.

 

Geminids, meteor shower - December 14. The meteor shower will take place for about two weeks, but the meteorites can be seen best on December 14th.

 

 

The first meteor shower of the year, Quadrantidele, has its maximum manifestation period in January, in 2022 it takes place on the night of January 3 to 4. This meteor shower has its radiant in the constellation Bootes and is one of the strongest meteor currents, producing between 100 and 140 meteors per hour. The meteors of this current are bright and very fast.

 

In the year 2022, on April 14, we will have the phenomenon of the Black Moon (sometimes called in English "Dark Moon" - or "Lilith", meaning "Dark Moon" or "Black Moon"). The moon is the only natural satellite of planet Earth and has no light of its own, but only reflects that received from the Sun. There are several ways to calculate the occurrence of the phenomenon called the Black Moon: the third phase of the New Moon in a season in which there are four such monthly phases (a year with four seasons of three months each); the second phase of the New Moon in a month in which two such phases occur; the month in which the New Moon phase does not occur and the month in which the Full Moon phase does not occur

 

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In 2022, there will be four eclipses (two lunar and two solar), according to NASA. Both lunar eclipses are total and will occur on May 16 and November 8, respectively. The first will be visible from the Americas, Europe and Africa, and the second from Asia, Australia, the Pacific and the two continents, according to eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov.

 

The 2022 solar eclipses will be partial and will occur on April 30 and October 25, respectively. April will be observed in the Southeast Pacific, and October in Europe, Northeast Africa, the Middle East and West Asia,

 

The four astronomical events that mark the beginning of the four seasons in 2022 occur at: March 20 17 h 33 m - spring equinox, June 21 12 h 14 m - summer solstice, September 23 04 h 04 m - autumn equinox , on December 21 23 h 38 m - the winter solstice.

 

On January 20, from an astrological point of view, the transition to the zodiac sign Aquarius is made, until February 18. 

 

In 2022, a real heavenly spectacle is announced

 

We also have as a spectacular phenomenon the approach of the planet Mars. Mars is approaching Earth in December and will reach about 80 million kilometers from us. At the same time, on the evening when it is best seen all year round, the Moon will cross Mars and cover it. An occultation between the Moon and Mars will be seen somewhere around 7:00 in the morning.

 

 

We have other visible planets. For example, in the morning of March, you will see four planets in the sky: Mercury, Mars, Venus and Saturn. Then Mars will meet Saturn in April, and they will be side by side in the morning. Venus will also meet Jupiter on May 1st. From July, all year round, three planets will be seen all night: Saturn, Jupiter and Mars. They will remain visible until the end of the year.

 

The year of the recapture of the moon

 

On the other hand, 2022 will be the year of the recapture of the Moon, because almost all the states that can afford it will launch probes towards the Moon. The Americans will launch their Artemis system to the moon and back, with no people on board, will test to see if everything works. India and China will also launch probes to the moon, and it appears that Ukraine also wants to launch a satellite to study the moon closely. 

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The first solar eclipse of this year took place on Sunday.  The Shadow of the Moon passed through West Africa, southern Saudi Arabia, India (not far from New Delhi), crossed the Himalayas, Tibet, China, Taiwan, and ended in the East China Sea.  Below, how the solar eclipse could be seen in the cities and countries from which it was visible, in pictures.


The sun can be viewed safely using a green welding filter.  Looking at the Sun every five minutes we can see how the edge of the Moon will touch its disk.

 Those who have an astronomical instrument must be very careful in observing the eclipse.  A safe method can be used, the projection method.  A white card or white sheet is placed behind the telescope or telescope.  The Sun's disk will be projected on a sheet where the eclipse can be observed, by several spectators at once.  No filter will be used when using the projection method.


 An annular eclipse of the Sun occurs when the length of the axis of the shadow cone of the Moon is less than the distance Earth-Moon, the tip of the shadow cone being located between two bodies.  For the terrestrial points in the field delimited by the extension of the shadow cone, an annular eclipse of the Sun will take place, from these points being visible a peripheral ring of the Sun in the form of a "ring of fire".  The Sun and the Moon are perfectly aligned with the Earth, the apparent diameter of the Moon is smaller than that of the Sun;

 As the moon is quite far from Earth on this day, it will not be able to obscure all the light of the Sun sent to earth.  From the Sun you will only see the edge in the shape of a "ring of fire" that surrounds the dark Moon.


 A solar eclipse always occurs during the New Moon phase.  Solar eclipses can be of three types: partial, annular and total.  A total eclipse occurs every 40 years, visible from the same region of the earth.

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We finally celebrated the new 2022 year. Astronomers say that we will have at least 5 unmissable events that you have to watch in 2022 in terms of stargazing. The coming year offers many heavenly delights for those who observe the sky. We will have, including two months of bleeding, partial solar eclipses and several planetary encounters.


The year 2022 is full of astrological events


In 2022, the night sky promises to be full of cosmic wonders. The total lunar eclipses, nicknamed the "Bloody Moon" for the intense red hue that the Moon takes when bathed in the shadow of the Earth, will be visible to billions of people.


Shining stars will pass through the sky without the bright moon drowning out the light. And sky observers can watch a cluster of five of the brightest neighboring planets, all visible to the naked eye.


Under the right conditions, distant Uranus could even join the other five visible planets, being seen as a small point of green light in the sky. Here is an overview of some of the most spectacular celestial phenomena worth circling in your calendar for next year.


On January 3 and 4, a rain of Quadrantid meteorites reaches its peak


For viewers in the northern hemisphere, the first major meteor shower in 2022, Quadrantidele, peaked on the night of January 3 and in the early hours of the morning of January 4. The thin, crescent-shaped moon will set early in the evening, leaving a dark sky ideal during peak hours between midnight and dawn.


This New Year's rain is known to produce brighter-than-average shooting stars, with 25 to 100 visible meteors per hour, depending on local light pollution.


Quadrantids take their name from the former constellation Quadrans Muralis, and the flaming space rocks appear to radiate from the northeast of the sky, right next to the handle of the Great Chariot.


Like all meteor showers, the best way to see as many shooting stars as possible is to find a place to watch away from the city lights and wait about 20 minutes for your eyes to fully adjust to the darkness of the sun. at the end of the night or before dawn.


Between March 24 and April 5, 2022, Venus, Mars and Saturn in a planetary dance


From late March to early April, those who wake up early in both hemispheres will be able to see some of the brightest neighboring planets performing a majestic celestial ballet.


Look at the low sky in the southeast about an hour before the local sunrise to catch Venus, Mars and Saturn grouped in a tight triangular group. On March 27 and 28, the rising moon will pass the planetary party.


Observers of the sky watching the planets from one morning to the next will notice that their positions will change. The planets will form a triangle that will change its angles until after April 1, when the trio will appear in a straight line.


In early April, you can also see how Saturn will approach Mars until the two appear next to each other between April 3 and 5. The two planets will appear closest on April 4, when they will be separated by only half a degree of arc, equal to the width of the full moon.


On April 30 we will have the first partial solar eclipse


Two partial solar eclipses, when the Moon blocks part of the solar disk in the sky, will occur in 2022. The first will be visible in southern South America, parts of Antarctica and parts of the Pacific and Southern Oceans.


On April 30, the Moon will pass between the Earth and the Sun, the maximum eclipse will take place at 20:41 UT, when up to 64% of the solar disk will be covered by the Moon. To see the largest magnitude of the eclipse, spectators will have to be positioned in the southern ocean, west of the Antarctic Peninsula.


However, those who watch the eclipse in the southernmost parts of Chile and Argentina will be able to see about 60 percent of the sun covered by the moon.


Goggles are needed to safely see all phases of a partial solar eclipse. Even though the sun may not appear as bright in the sky, looking directly at it can seriously hurt your eyes, so if you plan to see the eclipse on April 30, be sure to wear goggles that meet international safety standards.


On October 25, the second partial solar eclipse


On October 25, the Moon will bite from the Sun, when a partial eclipse of the Sun will cover the sky in most of Europe and the Middle East, as well as parts of West Asia, North Africa and Greenland.


Similar to the April 30 partial eclipse, this October event will take place when the Moon partially blocks the solar disk, as seen from Earth. Up to 86% of the sun will be covered for spectators in parts of Eurasia.


The moon's silhouette will begin to block some of the sun at 8:58 UT, and the maximum eclipse will occur at 11:00 UT. People in North and South America will not be lucky in this eclipse, because the partial solar eclipse will take place during the night in America.


The next solar eclipse for those looking at the sky west of the Atlantic will take place only on October 14, 2023, when an annular eclipse, or "ring of fire", will be visible.


On November 7th and 8th we will have a total lunar eclipse


Residents of North and South America, Australia, Asia and parts of Europe will have the opportunity to watch the red moon for the second time in 2022, when a total lunar eclipse will occur during the night of November 7 and 8.


In the western United States and Canada, in eastern Russia, in New Zealand, and in parts of eastern Australia, those looking at the sky will have the opportunity to see the entire eclipse unfold.


Meanwhile, eastern North America and most of South America will be able to watch partial phases of the eclipse as the moon sets in the west.


The moon will begin to darken along its edge on November 8 at 3:03 a.m. PT, and then its entire disk will plunge into the deepest central portion of the Earth's shadow at 2:59 a.m. PT. The eclipse will end at 3:41 a.m. PT, ending another wonderful year of stargazing, according to National Geographic.


The year 2022, a year of astronomical spectacle. The important thing is to have luck and clear skies so that we can see them in all their splendor.


Let’s look back at the most beautiful lunar eclipses in history.



The longest partial lunar eclipse of 2021


The longest partial lunar eclipse in the last 580 years occurred in 2021. The spectacular phenomenon, also called the "Blood Moon" due to the reddish light surrounding the Moon, was visible throughout North America as well as in some parts of the world. South America, East Australia and Northeast Asia.


The whole event lasted just over six hours, and the Moon spent three hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds passing through the darkest part of the Earth's shadow. It was the longest partial lunar eclipse since 1440, according to NASA.


The eclipse, at its peak with 99.1% of the visible surface of the moon covered (Friday 09:03 GMT), was also visible by part of Northeast Asia, Polynesia and eastern Australia, but not from Europe or Africa.


Total lunar eclipse of 2019


Residents of much of Europe, West Africa, the Americas, and some parts of Asia were admiring a total lunar eclipse in clear skies.


It was the last such phenomenon that occurred before 2022.


For Europeans and Africans, the total eclipse occurred at the end of the night, shortly before sunrise. The eclipse was less visible in the eastern part of the two continents, due to the appearance of dawn.


For North and South Americans, the eclipse was visible in its early or midnight.


The full moon was in the shadow of the Earth from 03:34 GMT to 06:51 GMT.


During the first hour of this interval, it was gradually "blocked" from the left. The eclipse was total for one hour, starting at 04:41 GMT, according to NASA's timeframes.


The total phase of the eclipse was about three quarters of an hour shorter than that of the great eclipse of July 2018, which remained the longest in the 21st century.


During the total eclipse, the Moon was not visible, but appeared red in the night sky, as it happens during all total eclipses.


This coloration was due to the fact that the sun's rays no longer touched it directly. Instead, a small portion of the red rays of the light spectrum was filtered by the Earth's atmosphere and refracted to the moon (blue rays diverge outward), the same phenomenon that colors the sunrises and sunsets seen from Earth in red.



Total lunar eclipse of 2018

The lunar eclipse of July 27, 2018 was the second lunar eclipse of 2018. It was the second total eclipse, out of a series of three, which occurred at an interval of about six months. There was also a total central eclipse, with the Moon passing through the center of the Earth's shadow. It was the first central lunar eclipse since June 15, 2011.


Because it occurred when the Moon was nearing its peak, this eclipse was the longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century, with a total phase of almost 103 minutes.


Eclipse of July 27, 2018. Friday night to Saturday was a unique astronomical event of this century. A total lunar eclipse took place on July 27, 2018, which was the longest in the 21st century.


Also called the "Blood Moon", the lunar eclipse of July 27, 2018 was the second total lunar eclipse that year and the third in a series of total eclipses that occur between 2017 and 2019.


In total, the astral phenomenon from the night of July 27 to 28 lasted 374 minutes, respectively 6 hours and 16 minutes. The Moon was in the shadow of our planet for 3 hours and 56 minutes.


The totality of the lunar eclipse of July 27, 2018 lasted 103 minutes, being the longest in the century 2000-2100, but with a small difference from the eclipses of June 26, 2029 and July 7, 2047, which will have totalities lasting 102 minutes.


Lunar eclipse through the twilight of 2016


On March 23, was the first lunar eclipse in the twilight of 2016. The eclipse coincided with another spectacular astronomical phenomenon. The lunar eclipse began on Wednesday.


The astronomical phenomenon was visible only for a few minutes in Asia, Australia, North America, South America, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Arctic Ocean and Antarctica, because at that time, the Earth was between the Moon and the Sun and the shadow. The earth covered the lunar disk in a proportion of 77.5%.


A full astronomical phenomenon took place in the full moon eclipse through the penumbra. Jupiter was much brighter than usual, and after the moon was closest to the moon, it was looking  like a big star, shining right next to the full moon, slightly dimmed. Jupiter was at its maximum brightness (apparent magnitude of -2.5), while the full moon, even during the eclipse, was still extremely bright, with a magnitude of -12.4.


Total lunar eclipse from 2010


The total lunar eclipse was the second that year after the partial eclipse of June 26, 2010.


In Europe, the beginning of the lunar eclipse was visible before sunrise only in the Scandinavian Peninsula.


This was the first lunar eclipse to occur on the day of the winter solstice in 1638. The next such lunar eclipse will occur in 2094.


The previous total lunar eclipse occurred almost two years ago, on February 21, 2008.


2011 began with a partial solar eclipse on January 4, followed by two more total lunar eclipses on June 15, 2011 and December 10, 2011.


The moment of totality is spectacular because the Moon had shades of orange-red-brick. The disc was not colored and evenly lit, the part closer to the center of the shadow was darker (the bottom of the disc).




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The simplicity of the advice is fascinating. We give and receive advice. We offer them easily and we receive them with difficulty.


Why do people rush to give advice? When we advise, we tell the other person what we think would be good to do, what we assume would work in a certain situation, therefore we position ourselves superior to the interlocutor, we behave as if we knew "better". And this provides emotional satisfaction.


We advise because we imagine that what has been valid for us may just as well fit another. But this is not always the case. But we forget or do not think too much about the validity of what we say in the advice, the fact that we are different people and the same recipe has different effects for each of us. In the illusion of undifferentiation we behave as if they were one and the same person.


At the same time, it is amazing how useful these tips are. That’s why Bemorepanda chose to give you some tips, to be more concrete - 100 tips, so you can find the best one for you in 2022.

If you are young, read them! - because they will save you a lot of trouble. If you are older, read them! - because you will be amazed at how many of them are true and you have followed them (maybe without realizing it)…


  • Do not announce that you are no longer coming to the meeting via SMS or Whatsapp. Call (instead of texting).
  • Don't give up until you try.
  • If the performance of an artist on / off the street stops you, you owe him a dollar / euro.
  • Always use "us" when referring to your home team.
  • When a secret is entrusted to you, keep it a secret.
  • Just because you can, that doesn't mean you have to.
  • Don't put yourself above others.
  • You only have one chance to notice a new haircut.
  • If you stay more than one night, unpack.
  • Never park in front of a bar.



Whether requested or not, advice can be either annoying or helpful; it can destroy relationships or have a positive effect. It can provide new ideas and information and help the other person to identify options, make decisions, progress, and take control of a situation.


To make sure that your advice is well received, consider the following recommendations:


Listen carefully. Even if you are insightful or have experienced a similar situation, you must first listen carefully to what the other person has to say. Listen and find out as much as possible about his situation. If you need clarification, ask for it. Being a good active listener will not only help you to give good advice, but also increase your chances of the other person following your advice. Why? Because if you listened and checked to see if you understood correctly, you will give pertinent advice. But if you do not feel able to have a knowledge of a situation to give advice, say it openly.



  • Wait for the chair in front of you to lean towards you. Prepare properly.
  • Keep a picture of your first pet, your first car, and your first boyfriend / girlfriend.
  • Keep your heroes in place.
  • A tan is earned, not bought.
  • Never lie to your doctor.
  • Don't say you got burned or bruised. Believe me, they know.
  • The best way to show your appreciation is to wear what you have received. Even if only once.
  • Take a break from your cell phone, internet, and TV at least once a year.
  • Don't get tired of bread, no matter how good it is.
  • A handshake or a hug beats any autograph.



  • Don't stay in the door. Either you come in or you go out.
  • If you join the choir, it won't sell you cheap.
  • If you want to know what makes you unique, pose for a cartoon.
  • Never cut your hair on the day of a special event.
  • Always be very careful about what exists between you and the Earth. Always buy good shoes, tires and sheets.
  • If you can, never have lunch at your office.
  • Have lunch with these newly hired kids.


If you have listened carefully and feel that you can be helpful, make sure that the other person really wants advice from you. Maybe she just wants to download and listen to her. Be a useful listener and wait for a signal before reacting. Find out if the other person wants advice - what is his goal? The most important thing is to ask, "What would you like to see happen?" So that you can tailor your advice to the other person's goal or outcome. He asks, "Do you want ideas to improve your situation?" or, "Could I suggest something to you?" or: Would you like me to give you my opinion / advice?


Give a short and to the point advice. Adjust your advice according to the purpose or outcome of the other person. Even if, apparently, there is a correct answer to that problem, think about how the situation might evolve and, together with your interlocutor, evaluate the pros and cons for each scenario. Help him reach his own conclusion and decision. After talking for a few minutes, give the other person another word: "What do you think about this?"



  • When you're with new friends, don't just talk about old friends.
  • You can't choose your own nickname.
  • When you travel, keep your intelligence with you. It doesn't matter where you are.
  • It's never too late to apologize.
  • Don't take a picture of the drink. It's under everyone's dignity.
  • If you have priority, USE IT!
  • When you marry someone, remember that you are marrying the whole family.
  • When you're on a dock, don't push anyone.
  • Under no circumstances should you ask a woman if she is pregnant (unless you are a doctor).
  • It is not enough to be proud of your offspring; you have to prove that you have it.



  • Don't make a fuss.
  • When giving a thank-you note, it is best to be short and kind.
  • It's good to know when to ignore the camera.
  • Don't be ruth.
  • Invest in large, durable luggage.
  • Make time for your mother on your birthday. It's a special day for her too.
  • When opening gifts, no one likes a good fortune teller.
  • Sympathy can also mean a simple handkerchief wiping away teary eyes.
  • Praise the others.
  • Take responsibility.



  • Recognize when you're wrong.
  • If you can, exercise every day.
  • Don't stare like a fool.
  • Assume all weapons are loaded.
  • Address all those who carry a firearm professionally and politely.
  • Confront those who are harassing you. You only have to do this once.
  • If you've made up your mind, stop talking.
  • If you offer to help, don't leave until you're done.
  • Look people in the eye (especially when you thank them).
  • Thanks to the driver who took you to a destination.
  • Never answer the phone at dinner.


Avoid making value judgments. Think about the last time you gave someone advice. Did you express your concern and understanding or were you frustrated, angry and worried about the situation? When you experience such feelings, it may seem like you're giving good advice, but you probably pass it off as negative or critical. Use positive language. Instead of starting your advice with: "Why don't you have ...?" or "I should have ...", accept that what was done to him is well done and focus on what could be done next. Try an expression like, "What if ...?" or "Maybe it's good to consider ...".


Realize when you have to give up. Even if the other person asks for your advice, it does not necessarily mean that they will follow him. His feelings and emotions about the situation may differ from yours, so you can never know for sure what the right advice is for someone else. Don't be surprised if someone rejects your good advice and decides to follow their own (potentially destructive) action plan.



  • Forgive yourself for your mistakes.
  • At least know a good joke.
  • Don't boo. Even the referee is someone's son.
  • Know how to cook a delicious dish.
  • Learn to drive manually, not just automatically.
  • Be calm with younger children. Reputation is built over a lifetime.
  • Dance with your mother (for sons) / father (for daughters).
  • Don't lose your temper. Especially at work.
  • Always thank the host.
  • If you don't understand, ask before it's too late.
  • Always know the size of your friend's clothes.
  • There is nothing wrong with a simple T-shirt.
  • Be a good listener. Don't rush to talk.
  • Keep your word.



  • In high school and college, always stay ahead. You will stand out immediately and in time it will be beneficial for you.
  • You carry your mother's nets. She carried you for 9 months.
  • You carry your friend's nets. She will carry each of your children for 9 months.
  • Be patient with airport security. They're just doing their job. And for your benefit.
  • Don't be the narrator in a movie.
  • Smile at strangers.
  • The opposite sex likes people who wash.
  • You are what you do. Not what you say.
  • Learn to change the tire.
  • An hour with grandparents is a good time. Ask them for advice when you need it.
  • Don't mess with and don't throw trash on the floor.



  • If you have a sister, go get to know her boyfriend. Your opinion is important.
  • You will not always be the strongest or the fastest. But you can be the strongest.
  • Never call anyone before or after 9:00 - 21:00.
  • Buy orange properties at Monopoly.
  • Make minor things matter.
  • (For girls): She always wears a bra at work.
  • There is a very fine difference between being upset and annoying. Find out.
  • Being old doesn't depend on when you go to bed.
  • You're never too old to miss your mother.
  • Ladies, if you make the decision to wear high heels on your first date, then commit to keeping your shoes on until you get home and not mention every three minutes how much your feet hurt from those high heels.



  • Always know the words of the national anthem (at least the first 2-3 stanzas).
  • Your dance moves may not be one of the best, but I guarantee you that it's much more fun to dance the way you can than to sit on a chair.
  • Set goals / objectives.
  • Be good. Everyone has a hard fight to fight.
  • If you have to fight, hit first and hit hard.
  • Just as you need material nourishment, so you need spiritual nourishment. If you can increase the share in favor of the latter, do it!
  • Remember: in life, everything pays off in one way or another



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In a year full of surprises, the Grammy Awards 2022 announced a series of nominations in which the favorite of the year is a jazz pianist. This is Jon Batiste, best known to the public for his role as music director on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

 

If in the past years the list of Grammy nominations, the most prestigious music gala in the world, was dominated by pop, rock or hip-hop artists, this year is a motley mix of musical genres, veteran artists like ABBA, controversial stars like Lil Nas X or one of the most award-winning artists of the last year, Olivia Rodrigo.

 

Unusual Grammy 2022 nominations are due to the song, artist and album selection procedure. The famous "secret committee" of music industry specialists was replaced by a popular vote of members of The Recording Academy, about 12,000 music industry professionals representing all genres and types of specialists involved, from singers, composers, lyricists, producers. , instrumentalists, mixers and sound engineers.

 

 

Jon Batiste is nominated both for the album "We Are" and for the soundtrack of the animation "Soul" released by Disney. The album peaked at number 86 on the Billboard 200 chart of best-selling albums in the United States, indicating that it sold no more than a few hundred copies.

 

 

The nominations were announced in a live broadcast featuring Jon Batiste, Billie Eilish, Finneas, H.E.R., BTS, Måneskin, Tayla Parx, Carly Pearce, Nate Bargatze and Tammy Hurt, the director of the Grammy Awards Steering Committee.

 

In addition to Batiste, the list of nominations is led by Justin Bieber, Doja Cat and H.E.R. with 8 nominations each while Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo have 7 nominations each. Behind them are Lil Nas X and Brandi Carlile with 5 nominations each while Bruno Mars and his project "Silk Sonic" which he co-created with Anderson. Paak received 4 nominations.

 

 

Jay-Z wrote history by becoming the most nominated artist in the history of the Grammy Awards. This year he received 3 nominations, totaling 82 nominations over his career, with one more than Paul McCartney having 81 nominations.

 

Also in the surprise category are Barack Obama, nominated for the audio version of the book "A Promised Land" and ABBA who received a mention for the song "I Still Have Faith in You" which marked the return of the Swedish band after 40 years.

 

 

The number of nominees in the main categories, nicknamed by music critics "The Big Four" - "Song of the year", "Artist of the Year", "Record of the Year" and "Album of the Year" - has been expanded from 8 to 10. The selection process has undergone many changes in the last year, especially after the scandal of the last edition in which The Weeknd, the most successful artist of the pandemic year 2020, was omitted from all the main categories.

 

Thus, in the case of the album Justin Bieber - "Justice", nominated for "album of the year'' and 7 other categories, has a list of 200 composers, producers and sound engineers who worked in the process. At the other end is Billie Eilish with the song "Happier Than Ever" which has only 5 people who created the whole album, all the songs being composed by her and her brother, Finneas.

 

Of the more than 22,000 Grammy-winning pieces of music in the race, some essential materials are missing, which were among the most broadcast on the radio and the most listened to on streaming platforms. Specifically, missing two of the hits of the year created by Dua Lipa, Elton John, Taylor Swift (has a nomination for the album "Evermore" but the songs were ignored), Bad Bunny (has a single nomination with the album "El ultimo tour del world ”) or Coldplay.

 

 

Below you will find the nominations for the main categories, on the Grammy.com site you will find the complete list.

 

List of Nominations for the main categories - 2022 Grammy Award nominations

 

Record Of The Year - 2022 Grammy Award nominations

“I Still Have Faith In You” — ABBA

“Freedom” — Jon Batiste

“I Get A Kick Out Of You” — Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga

“Peaches” — Justin Bieber Featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon

“Right On Time” — Brandi Carlile

“Kiss Me More” — Doja Cat Featuring SZA

“Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish

“Montero” (Call Me By Your Name) — Lil Nas X

“drivers license” — Olivia Rodrigo

“Leave The Door Open” — Silk Sonic

 

Album Of The Year - 2022 Grammy Award nominations

We Are — Jon Batiste

Love For Sale — Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga

Justice (Triple Chucks Deluxe) — Justin Bieber

Planet Her (Deluxe) — Doja Cat

Happier Than Ever — Billie Eilish

Back Of My Mind — H.E.R.

Montero — Lil Nas X

Sour — Olivia Rodrigo

Evermore — Taylor Swift

Donda — Kanye West

 

Song of the year - 2022 Grammy Award nominations

Bad Habits – Ed Sheeran

A Beautiful Noise – Alicia Keys and Brandi Carlile

Drivers License – Olivia Rodrigo

Fight For You – H.E.R.

Happier Than Ever – Billie Eilish

Kiss Me More – Doja Cat ft Sza

Montero (Call Me By Your Name) – Lil Nas X

Peaches – Justin Bieber ft Daniel Caesar & Giveon

Leave The Door Open – Silk Sonic

Right On Time – Brandi Carlile

 

Best New Artist - 2022 Grammy Award nominations

Arooj Aftab

Jimmie Allen

Baby Keem

FINNEAS

Glass Animals

Japanese Breakfast

The Kid Laroy

Arlo Parks

Olivia Rodrigo

Saweetie

 

Best Pop Vocal Album - 2022 Grammy Award nominations

Justice (Triple Chucks Deluxe) — Justin Bieber

Planet Her (Deluxe) — Doja Cat

Happier Than Ever — Billie Eilish

Positions — Ariana Grande

Sour — Olivia Rodrigo

 

Best Dance/Electronic Recording - 2022 Grammy Award nominations

“Hero” — Afrojack & David Guetta

“Loom” — Ólafur Arnalds Featuring Bonobo

“Before” — James Blake

“Heartbreak” — Bonobo & Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

“You Can Do It” — Caribou

“Alive” — Rüfüs Du Sol

“The Business” — Tiësto

 

Best Alternative Music Album

Shore — Fleet Foxes

If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power — Halsey

Jubilee — Japanese Breakfast

Collapsed In Sunbeams — Arlo Parks

Daddy’s Home — St. Vincent

 

Best R&B Performance

“Lost You” — Snoh Aalegra

“Peaches” — Justin Bieber Featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon

“Damage” — H.E.R.

“Leave The Door Open” — Silk Sonic

“Pick Up Your Feelings” — Jazmine Sullivan

 

Best R&B Song

“Damage” — H.E.R.

“Good Days” — SZA

“Heartbreak Anniversary” — Giveon

“Leave The Door Open” — Silk Sonic

“Pick Up Your Feelings” — Jazmine Sullivan

 

Best Rap Performance

“Family Ties” — Baby Keem Featuring Kendrick Lamar

“Up” — Cardi B

“M Y . L I F E” — J. Cole Featuring 21 Savage & Morray

“Way 2 Sexy” — Drake Featuring Future & Young Thug

“Thot S***” — Megan Thee Stallion

 

Best Rap Album

The Off Season — J. Cole

Certified Lover Boy — Drake

King’s Disease II — Nas

Call Me If You Get Lost — Tyler, The Creator

Donda — Kanye West

 

Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling)

Aftermath — LeVar Burton

Carry On: Reflections For A New Generation From John Lewis — Don Cheadle

Catching Dreams: Live At Fort Knox Chicago — J. Ivy

8:46 — Dave Chappelle & Amir Sulaiman

A Promised Land — Barack Obama

 

Best Opera Recording

“Bartók: Bluebeard’s Castle” — Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra

“Glass: Akhnaten” — The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra; The Metropolitan Opera Chorus

“Janáček: Cunning Little Vixen” — London Symphony Orchestra; London Symphony Chorus & LSO Discovery Voices

“Little: Soldier Songs” — The Opera Philadelphia Orchestra

“Poulenc: Dialogues Des Carmélites” — The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra; The Metropolitan Opera Chorus

 

Best Music Video

“Shot In The Dark” — AC/DC

“Freedom” — Jon Batiste

“I Get A Kick Out Of You” — Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga

“Peaches” — Justin Bieber Featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon

“Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish

“Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” — Lil Nas X

“Good 4 U” — Olivia Rodrigo

 

Best Music Film

Inside — Bo Burnham

David Byrne’s American Utopia — David Byrne

Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter To Los Angeles — Billie Eilish

Music, Money, Madness…Jimi Hendrix In Maui — Jimi Hendrix

Summer Of Soul — Various Artists

 

 

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