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Subject Can someone living on in the Northeast U.S. go look at the moon please?! WAAAY too bright!
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Original Message I was just outside (approx. 8:30 p.m.) and was startled by a light being cast on my neighbors roof. I thought, what the hell is that bright light being reflected off his roof? Is there a helicopter? But I don't hear one. It's as bright as the lights at the top of a pole surrounding a high school football field illuminated at night!

Sure enough, I walked around my house and saw the moon, casting way more light than I can ever remember in my life.

Now, I do know it is a very clear night here in southern New England, and yes it is a full moon. But, if the skies were so clear, then wouldn't more stars be visible as well?

The moon is giving off a bluish light, sterile light as if from a 6500k daylight bulb.

It appears way too bright. I can not ever remember seeing a moon so bright.

full disclosure: I am completely sober and drug-free. Yes I have seen the video of the pot-head who claims the moon is a projection.

I don't know why the moon appears so bright, but I always thought the Harvest Moon was supposed to be the brightest full moon of the year.

Please go outside and tell me what you think!
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