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It's International Observe the Moon Night

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

18-09-2010 17:06 CDT

Topics: events and announcements, the Moon

Hey everybody, go out and look up at the Moon! It's International Observe the Moon night. All of you who use Twitter, I'd love you to Tweet me (@elakdawalla) a photo of the Moon from your location!

The gibbous Moon on July 13, 2009

Gianluca Masi, the Virtual Telescope project

The gibbous Moon on July 13, 2009
An 8-frame mosaic of the Moon captured in the morning of July 13, 2009 from Italy. A hydrogen-alpha filter was used to reduce the brightness of the Moon for the purpose of the photo.
 
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