Watch Final Summer Supermoon Tonight

September 26, 2014 / 0 comments

  A “supermoon” rises nearby a Lincoln Memorial on Mar 19, 2011, in Washington, D.C. Image Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls A final act in a vast play, a third and final full supermoon of 2014 graces a night sky this weekend. And on Monday evening, a Canary Island telescope will webcast a arrival. (Related: “#supermoon.”) Although a…

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A Splash of Color Across a Supermoon

September 25, 2014 / 0 comments

Color variations celebrated a day after a supermoon are demonstrative of compositional differences over a Lunar aspect (image credit: Noel Carboni). A program operative from Florida recently captured an picture of the day-old supermoon in Sep that clearly conveys tone variations opposite its surface.  Such variations are often imperceptible, but the liughtness and tone differences were digitally enhanced to make them easier…

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The super moon finale

September 20, 2014 / 0 comments

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Grand finale: 2014′s third supermoon – a Harvest Moon – shines (PHOTOS)

September 20, 2014 / 0 comments

Visitors to The London Eye ferris circle perspective a nearby full moon in Whitehall on Sep 8, 2014 in London, England. A supermoon or collect moon involves a full moon coinciding with it’s closest proceed to a Earth on it’s elliptical orbit. This is a third sighting of a supermoon this year with it occuring…

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2014 supermoon by your eyes: photos

September 20, 2014 / 0 comments

It was a biggest supermoon of a year this week and pledge snappers had a margin day. Annie Roberts, Mollymook Stephen Jarrett (Illawarra Stormchasers), Kiama Rock Pool. Pic by Will Eades, Port Macquarie, NSW. Emily Rogers, Eaglehawk. Julie Powell, Southern Highlands. Kelly Slater, Port Macquarie. Stan Gorton, Mystery Bay. Amy Stringer, Bendigo. David Andrew, Dalmeny….

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The Harvest Supermoon sends a message

September 19, 2014 / 0 comments

The moon is full tonight as we lay here essay this column. This is a Harvest Moon of Sep given it falls closest to a tumble equinox. It’s also a Supermoon this year. This occurs when a moon creates a closest proceed to Earth in a elliptical circuit and appears incomparable to us. we theory…

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Tonight’s ‘supermoon’ might be a many photogenic: Share your photos below

September 17, 2014 / 0 comments

Another supermoon is going to start tonight. This supermoon is also a collect moon. The multiple of those dual features, along with a sky embellished with skinny clouds, could make tonight’s supermoon really photogenic. A supermoon is when a full moon occurs on a same day as a moon is closest in a circuit to…

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This is accurately how large a supermoon is going to be tomorrow

September 14, 2014 / 0 comments

Everyone’s articulate about tomorrow’s supermoon—how big, bright, and pleasing it will be. It’s always a same. But how large is it going to be, exactly? This picture shows how most a moon distance varies in a sky from a perigee (it’s closest indicate to Earth) to a round (the farthest indicate from Earth.) On a…

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Supermoon, Northern Lights and solar flares

September 14, 2014 / 0 comments

Sep 14, 2014 Kalani Gordon 0 Comment <!– Shares –> The Baltimore Sun 7 Photos This month in space we’ve had a supermoon, Northern Lights, and solar flares uncover face. Far over a stars in a constellation of Leo (The Lion) is strange universe IC 559. IC 559 is not your bland galaxy. With a…

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The final of a summer supermoons: Watch out for tonight’s Super Harvest Moon

September 14, 2014 / 0 comments

After a summer of marvellous supermoons, it all culminates tonight with a outrageous supermoon that also happens to be this year’s collect moon (the full moon closest to a autumnal equinox). Viewing conditions demeanour like they’ll be good for many of Europe and North America, so do try to get outward around nightfall currently and…

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