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Otto Zykov
Otto Zykov

1. Blue Harvest ((BETTER))

When this happens, the only light that reaches the Moon's surface is from the edges of the Earth's atmosphere. The air molecules from Earth's atmosphere scatter out most of the blue light. The remaining light reflects onto the Moon's surface with a red glow, making the Moon appear red in the night sky.

1. Blue Harvest

Rather, a blue moon is special because it is the "extra" Moon in a season with four full moons. This usually only happens every two-and-a-half years. Since the 1940s, the term "blue moon" has also been used for the second full moon in a calendar month. This usually happens only every two-and-a-half years.

The term "harvest moon" refers to the full, bright Moon that occurs closest to the start of autumn. The name dates from the time before electricity, when farmers depended on the Moon's light to harvest their crops late into the night. The Moon's light was particularly important during fall, when harvests are the largest.

Blue Harvest Fisheries, a harvester, processor and distributor of sea scallops and other seafood products, has acquired Massachusetts-based fishing company Harbor Blue, which fishes for scallop, swordfish, tuna, crab, lobster and surf clam.

US East Coast harvesting firm Blue Harvest Fisheries has completed the purchase of another groundfish vessel, acquiring the Francis Dawn, which it will use to replace a vessel earlier lost to fire [...]

Blue Water now resumes harvesting Atlantic sea scallops, which continue to be one of the healthiest and most sustainably managed fisheries in the United States. The new and improved vessel includes a new shucking house and an overhauled fish hold, which allows for Marine Stewardship Council-certified scallops to be shucked at sea for direct offload and processing at the company's SQF-certified facility in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

About Blue Harvest FisheriesBlue Harvest Fisheries is a leading supplier of premium quality seafood sustainably harvested from MSC certified fisheries in the U.S. The company operates its own fleet of 15 scallop and 9 groundfish vessels as well as offload facilities in Newport News, VA and Fairhaven, MA, and an SQF certified waterfront manufacturing facility in New Bedford, MA. The Blue Harvest Fisheries product line features sea scallops, Pacific cod, haddock, ocean perch (Acadian redfish) and Atlantic pollock (saithe). The company also offers swordfish and tuna from approved third-party vessels. Blue Harvest Fisheries products are sold fresh and frozen under the Blue Harvest brand to leading restaurants, wholesalers and distributors across the U.S. and abroad. The company also offers custom processing and is a supplier of private label products to retailers and food service distributors. For more information visit 041b061a72


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