+2 votes
133 views
in Science & Technology ⚡ by

image

http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2016/11/supermoon_november_2016_superm.html

It is the closest, brightest, full moon since 1948.

Hmm... that's the year of Truman's upset win over Dewey.

image

2 Answers

+1 vote
by

We might not see the moon today, as it is heavily clouded and/or foggy, partly raining or snowing.


by

I hope your weather clears. The next one won't be until 2034.  :)

http://earthsky.org/tonight/most-super-supermoon

by

Sadly enough, there was no clearing - and I don't think that there will be one today - before daylight.


by

There's a clearing by now, stop - the moon is not gone, there's a glimpse between two clouds!

The camera did not work, the mobile pictures are a failure, and now, at daylight, thick clouds have hidden everything.

Too bad ...

At least, I could catch a glimps of a really big moon - lol.



by

"I like to think that the Moon is still there even when I am not looking at it."

   — Albert Einstein   :)

by

Lol - funny, that happened to me too - and I am not Einstein - lol.

I think that I take the moon as granted, somehow like a "lamp" in the night, if the sky is clear enough, especially in full moon nights, and/or when listening to music (Debussy - Moonlight):



+2 votes
by

We did see it well last week as there isn't any light pollution or such where I live. Looked like you could almost touch it.

by

Yeah, it was HUGE.  :)

Is this page not working?

(or) the content is outdated?

Click here to see the recent version of this page

Is this page not working?

Click here to see the recent version of this page

...