Thursday, October 25, 2007


Hunter's Moon

Tonight, beginning about 5:30 Mountain Time, if you have a cloudless horizon, you will see the Hunter's Moon, the full moon after the late summer Harvest Moon, rise at near perigee, as close as it gets to the Earth, so it will appear about as large as the moon ever seems, 33.89, or so, arc minutes in the sky. Could be beautiful.
It will set tomorrow morning around 8:oo am, in case you're awake then.


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