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Posted: July 12, 2014, 10:21 am - IP Logged

Morning LP Family, I read somewhere that a Super moon is supposed to occur tonight. Any good numbers associated with this? 

Thanks!

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    Posted: July 12, 2014, 12:38 pm - IP Logged

    any triple is fair game

    try doing a search  and you will find more numbers

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      Posted: July 12, 2014, 6:46 pm - IP Logged

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        Posted: July 12, 2014, 8:39 pm - IP Logged

        Thanks Faithworks

        "Supermoon."

        That's the nickname for full moons  happens when our celestial neighbor is relatively close to Earth.

        That distance varies because the moon follows an elliptical orbit. When it's close and full, it appears bigger and brighter than normal, although in fact the difference can be hard to detect. If you see Saturday's moon close to the horizon it may seem huge, but that's just an illusion caused by its position in the sky.

        Two other full moons this summer, on Aug. 10 and Sept. 9, are also supermoons. It's not all that unusual to have a supermoon. There were three in a row last year.

         

        Image: Supermoon
        A runner makes his way along a trail on a butte in front of the Supermoon over Papago Park in Phoenix in May 2012. In this photograph, the Supermoon effect is heightened dramatically through the use of a telephoto lens.
        Enjoy the Moonshine :-)
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          Posted: July 13, 2014, 5:03 pm - IP Logged

          Thanks Faithworks

          "Supermoon."

          That's the nickname for full moons  happens when our celestial neighbor is relatively close to Earth.

          That distance varies because the moon follows an elliptical orbit. When it's close and full, it appears bigger and brighter than normal, although in fact the difference can be hard to detect. If you see Saturday's moon close to the horizon it may seem huge, but that's just an illusion caused by its position in the sky.

          Two other full moons this summer, on Aug. 10 and Sept. 9, are also supermoons. It's not all that unusual to have a supermoon. There were three in a row last year.

           

          Image: Supermoon
          A runner makes his way along a trail on a butte in front of the Supermoon over Papago Park in Phoenix in May 2012. In this photograph, the Supermoon effect is heightened dramatically through the use of a telephoto lens.
          Enjoy the Moonshine :-)
          Eddessa_Knight

          Good Supermoon Shot Enclosed !

          Enjoy

          Eddessa_Knight

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