Katharine Hepburn holds the distrinction of the most acting wins with four Leading Actress Oscars. She won Best Actress statuettes for: “Morning Glory” (1933), “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” (1967), “The Lion in Winter” (1968), and “On Golden Pond” (1982). In 1999, Hepburn was named by the American Film Institute as the greatest female star in Hollywood history.
MLK Cat: I sure did. March is here. It is full of religious days.
The best days are St. Patrick’s, Daylight Saving Time, and Mardi Gras. This is my favorite
race. Sometimes I wish I had a thumb, so I could hold a whip and mush a team of dogs.
This is our lighthouse for March.
The Editor: Do you have a song, MLKC ?
Just this combo.
THIS DAY IN HISTORY
Explanation: Big, beautiful spiral galaxy NGC 7331 is often touted as an analog to our own Milky Way. About 50 million light-years distant in the northern constellation Pegasus, NGC 7331 was recognized early on as a spiral nebula and is actually one of the brighter galaxies not included in Charles Messier’s famous 18th century catalog. Since the galaxy’s disk is inclined to our line-of-sight, long telescopic exposures often result in an image that evokes a strong sense of depth. The effect is further enhanced in this sharp image by galaxies that lie beyond the gorgeous island universe. The background galaxies are about one tenth the apparent size of NGC 7331 and so lie roughly ten times farther away. Their close alignment on the sky with NGC 7331 occurs just by chance. Seen here through faint foreground dust clouds lingering above the plane of Milky Way, this visual grouping of galaxies is also known as the Deer Lick Group.
Tomorrow’s picture: distant sunset