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Can someone living on in the Northeast U.S. go look at the moon please?! WAAAY too bright!

 
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Can someone living on in the Northeast U.S. go look at the moon please?! WAAAY too bright!
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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I noticed it, but it's no brighter than many other full moons I've seen the during the past few years. (But I do swear it HAS been brighter the past few years than in the past!) Perhaps the high, thin clouds surrounding it are reflecting more light? 1dunno1
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It is super bright here in NH, spraying chemmys on the sun today with the traditional X's. Something is going on this week. Jupiter is also super tonight, anybody with a telescope able to measure luminosity for future comparison we need more science, facts, it's getting to late for speculation.
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it is not bright..its just full and the atmosphere is very thin with moisture making it appear bright
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i remember walking home many a night with a full bright moon lighting the way. The cold crisp air probly lets the light shine in clearer then warm humid hazy air. and a bright moon will drown out the light of the stars, same reason you cant se a meteor shower very well during a full moon. cant you remember sliding all through the night as a kid? and all that white reflective snow too.
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i tried lookin at in my scope, but it tried to fry out my eye ball,cant even pick up any thing its so bright, never happened before,can only look for a fewe seconds before i gotta stop for a bit
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i tried lookin at in my scope, but it tried to fry out my eye ball,cant even pick up any thing its so bright, never happened before,can only look for a fewe seconds before i gotta stop for a bit
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i tried lookin at in my scope, but it tried to fry out my eye ball,cant even pick up any thing its so bright, never happened before,can only look for a fewe seconds before i gotta stop for a bit
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EXCUSE ME! Can't you see in the thread title, that I only requested people living in the northeast U.S. to go moon peeping?!?!














just kidding! In fact, I am pretty ignorant about stargazing and related science. I know that the moon appears in different phases for different areas of the world, but I am not sure if that goes for longitude, latitude, or what.

Perhaps this is just all in my imagination. And, yes, I can remember the moon being visible as a child, and the way it illuminated the snow blanketed ground. But this looks like it is powered light, the way the sun is powered light. It does not appear as just a reflection, to my untrained eye, anyway.


Is it possible that the sun is shining brighter/hotter/different UV wavelengths, which is being reflected off the moon, which would account for the moon appearing much brighter than it did 10-20-30 years ago??
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Hi OP! Arizona here. I agree, it's not just a full moon..it is unusually bright as well.
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it is normal..nothing is funny about the brightness of the moon, i have been filming the moon for over 3 years now and trust me the brightness of the moon tonight is nothing more than a clear sky without atmospheric distubance
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OP you are not crazy.

A few hours ago here in mid-atlantic area, Philly area, I looked out and wondered who was shining a light on the house next door.


It made me sick because I hate light pollution. It was a light like I have not seen in the 5 years we have lived here.
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Hang on let me hit the dimmer switch
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there is that better
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i tried lookin at in my scope, but it tried to fry out my eye ball,cant even pick up any thing its so bright, never happened before,can only look for a fewe seconds before i gotta stop for a bit
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use a filter
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this lol
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there is that better
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You have a sense of humor, but I have great eyesight.
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Maine here, the moon is not only bright, but has a light blue ring around it.
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Don't listen to lesser evolved people and shills op.

Thread: Moon looks so bright tonight.



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it is normal..nothing is funny about the brightness of the moon, i have been filming the moon for over 3 years now and trust me the brightness of the moon tonight is nothing more than a clear sky without atmospheric distubance
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Read a great short story once about a guy who lived in a hi rise apt building. He was out one night on a full moon, and noticed the moon was extraordinarily bright. Being a thinking person, he realized that could only mean one thing- massive ELE solar flare. So he goes to the liquor store and maxes his credit cards out on Dom perignon, booze, hella snacks, and smokes and heads to the penthouse apartment to ride out the huge flood (Global Coastal Event) he knew was coming..

Think he got his girlfriend to come over for panic sex too. Cant remember anything else, could be a clue though...
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Funny, I thought the same thing just
A while ago... Seems very bright tonight.

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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!
 Quoting: The Sonic Dreamer


You're an idiot, go back to school, the moon can be very bright and stop this useless conspiracy crap on the "brightness" of the moon! Is that all you got????? stupid ass...
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Last night there was a lot of low cloud cover pasing over and the moon was creating a beautiful orange colored halo to appear in the passing clouds... It was sweet.

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ya... we went through this last night....LA CA here...Moon is soooooo bright..I honestly could not look at it !!!!

I.E. SUN VERY VERY BRIGHT>>>>.... all of nasa's links to the sun are WRONG!!! they are all photo shopped....
the moon is also...NOT there ...Not real....WAKE UP FOLKS!!!
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ya... we went through this last night....LA CA here...Moon is soooooo bright..I honestly could not look at it !!!!

I.E. SUN VERY VERY BRIGHT>>>>.... all of nasa's links to the sun are WRONG!!! they are all photo shopped....
the moon is also...NOT there ...Not real....WAKE UP FOLKS!!!
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Northeast here. I expected to go outside, come back and call you a tard. But thanks. Fucking gorgeous, it is really bright. So bright it is lighting up the entire clear sky.

Awesome sight.

Don't know if it is just me but I see some "rings" around it because of the brightness.
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Woah! Clyde Lewis just opened the midnite hour (EST) of Ground Zero Radio with:
"The moon is extra bright tonight! It is a full moon, but it is extra bright...don't know what that means."
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Try standing farther back from it... that should help.

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Nice thread OP I have noticed too these days

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