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Visual Art Just the Moon

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I was messing around with my Black Friday Week camera and took a picture of the moon. There was a little bit of a process but it turned out pretty good! 1873605202_MOON2019-12-11.jpg.2268c691f21250357511c5ffc0551bd3.jpg

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55 minutes ago, Cirrus. said:

probably like 35 degrees up from the horizon

(Unless my eyes are messing with me  :muffins:) I can see a hint of atmospheric dispersion (dark yellow tinge) towards the lower edge of the Moon. The effect is strongest when an object is near the horizon. That's what made me ask.  :twismile:

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Oooh, that looks glorious!

3 hours ago, Cirrus. said:

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"You should have dressed as a banana, Celestia! I'm Nightmare Moooooooon!"

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1 hour ago, Phosphor said:

(Unless my eyes are messing with me  :muffins:) I can see a hint of atmospheric dispersion (dark yellow tinge) towards the lower edge of the Moon. The effect is strongest when an object is near the horizon. That's what made me ask.  :twismile:

I live in Michigan and my family has a cottage on the middle of the thumb on Lake Huron. When the moon rises from the horizon over the lake it's a very creepy red.

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