Oct 15, 2016

Saturday Data: Yet Another...SuperMoon.


     National Geographic has the story of the SuperMoon tonight and tomorrow night, one of three so-called Super Moon's between now and year's end:


     "This month, the moon officially reaches its full phase at 12:23 a.m. ET (4:23 UT) on October 16, which means that the lunar disk will appear nearly equally full on the nights of both October 15 and 16."
     This full moon is also called the hunter’s moon.
     I may be part wolf. Every time one of the super moon is set to occur, I go out on the deck with my 40x zoom Cannon  and see what images I can collect.

   




  Sometimes clouds interfere, other time they add to the effect. Just in time for Halloween.





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