Supermoon rises over Alvord Desert in southeast Oregon

October 27, 2015 - Supermoon

Want transparent skies in Oct to see a fantastic moonrise in Oregon?

Head to a Alvord Desert in Harney County, like we did.

The central supermoon occurs on Tuesday, though Monday evening’s moonrise was scarcely full and it came early adequate in a dusk to see a landscape over that a moon rose.

In this case, that would be a Coyote Hills and Alvord Desert, from only above Frog Spring on a easterly side of Steens Mountain, about 120 miles southeast of Burns.

Time of a print was 5:59 p.m. This is a final time this year a moon will pass tighten adequate in a circuit to Earth to be called a supermoon. The materialisation creates it demeanour generally large, and so bright, generally during a horizon.

I wish this creates adult for September’s supermoon.

I had to expostulate about one mile south on Fields-Follyfarm Road to get ATT wireless use to record this report, reduction than an hour after holding a photo.

Links to new postings about things function in a sky (posts were created by me unless differently noted): 

Supermoon lunar problematic rises over Portland, elsewhere (photos): Mike Zacchino, print editor of a Oregonian and

Photos of a supermoon and eclipse from Sept. 27, 2015, from around a world

Eclipse of supermoon early this dusk in Portland singular event, indeed (Sept. 27, 2015)

How to sketch a full moon; tips from The Oregonian’s print editors

Eclipse, supermoon coming! Closest full moon to Earth this year (September 2015)

Watch eclipse, supermoon during one of these six mood-setting places

September 2015 full moon will be a ‘supermoon’, and a sum lunar eclipse: Mike Zacchino

April 2015 lunar eclipse manifest for an hour before clouds problematic perspective (photos): Mike Zacchino

Total solar problematic in 2017 offers Oregon outrageous general transport selling opportunity

Total solar problematic entrance Aug. 21, 2017: Earth’s initial landfall in Oregon, Lincoln City to go dark

Smoke gets in a eyes this 2015 wildfire summer: will it impact 2017 problematic viewing?

Photos of the October 2014 sum lunar eclipse from around a world: Mike Zacchino

Stonehenge War Memorial moody observation mark for lunar eclipse

— Terry Richard
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