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Message Subject Moontard here: THE friggin MOON is NOT RIGHT!
Poster Handle Kissplash
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I'm not astronomer. I'm not a scientist. I'm just a normal girl who grew up in the eighties and was taught in school (when they actually taught science)that the moon waned side to side. Not top to bottom. I'm on the east coast. I'm a sky watcher. I take pics every clear day. The last few nights have been clear enough to take photos so I have. I wish they were better photos. Sun is easier to capture as it's bigger and brighter than the moon. To truly get the moon you need focus and telescopic lens. I don't have a great camera. Just my phone. It take some pretty decent pics. Just not of the moon.

All I'm trying to say is that it's out there. Do I think it's a hologram? I'm not sure. Do I think it's wrong in some way? Yes, because I've always watched the sky. I wish I could show you what I've seen in the sky with my own eyes. I've watched as clouds seem to just scoot around the moon in a circle. Clouds look like they are behind the moon...brown or red in color. I was able to see the sun behind the clouds as a simple globe! I didn't even know it was was the sun at first as the sun was super bright when it finally broke free of the clouds ( was in the middle of something and could only get pics every few minutes. I never witnessed it changing from that globe to sun and if I had I would probably be blinded for life!) It was not, or should not have been anything else. I have pics but they are so hard to see as it was behind the clouds. I have pics of the moon being in places I've never seen it before.

I was always taught the the moon followed the sun. And I still don't understand NOW how I can see the moon twice in a 16-18 hour period of time. And not just a bit. I mean fully and able to be quite far up in the sky.

I use Stellarium. So it must seem right in scientific circles to have the sun be directly across from the moon in the day and still have it waning from the top to the bottom that same night high in the sky. Does light really reach that far around? I don't know. I DO know that it doesn't seem right.

As for the halo I've seen it around the moon which was super bright on the days this week I was able to see it. I've also captured halo around the sun. Even halo with clouds. I get a lot of weird photos of the sky. I do post them on myspace when I have time and patience.
 
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