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  1. Subscriberdivegeester
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    13 Nov '16 16:35
    Tomorrow, 14th November 20:09 GMT

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/nov/10/the-science-of-supermoons-the-lunar-lowdown-on-the-biggest-and-brightest-in-60-years

    Let the howling begin.
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    13 Nov '16 16:43
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Tomorrow, 14th November 20:09 GMT

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/nov/10/the-science-of-supermoons-the-lunar-lowdown-on-the-biggest-and-brightest-in-60-years

    Let the howling begin.
    Hillary supporters started early !
  3. Standard memberchaney3
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    13 Nov '16 19:51
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Tomorrow, 14th November 20:09 GMT

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/nov/10/the-science-of-supermoons-the-lunar-lowdown-on-the-biggest-and-brightest-in-60-years

    Let the howling begin.
    If I had the opportunity, I would give you the 'biggest supermoon'.

    Lol lol. 🙂
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    13 Nov '16 21:21
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Tomorrow, 14th November 20:09 GMT

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/nov/10/the-science-of-supermoons-the-lunar-lowdown-on-the-biggest-and-brightest-in-60-years

    Let the howling begin.
    These big 'supermoons' are great for looking with the naked eye, but the full moon, even a regular full moon is way too bright even in my little telescope. I finally got a 'moon filter' though, so I'll be able to take a look.
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    13 Nov '16 21:26
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    These big 'supermoons' are great for looking with the naked eye, but the full moon, even a regular full moon is way too bright even in my little telescope. I finally got a 'moon filter' though, so I'll be able to take a look.
    wow you been spying the moon, that explains everything, awoooooooooooo!
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    13 Nov '16 21:35
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    wow you been spying the moon, that explains everything, awoooooooooooo!
    And the little troll stumbles through his day, wishing fervently to someday become human.
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    13 Nov '16 21:50
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    And the little troll stumbles through his day, wishing fervently to someday become human.
    That's right, from divine to human, can you make it happen? awooooooo!
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    13 Nov '16 22:17
    The “perigee full moon” – a phenomenon that occurs when a full moon coincides with the moon being the closest it gets to the Earth on its orbit - doesn't care about your petty squabbles. Though like all moons it does follow you around when you go driving.
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    13 Nov '16 23:22
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Tomorrow, 14th November 20:09 GMT

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/nov/10/the-science-of-supermoons-the-lunar-lowdown-on-the-biggest-and-brightest-in-60-years

    Let the howling begin.
    Thanks for that. Tonight's looks lovely too though as usual the rain may spoil the light for us tomorrow as it often does on the summer solstice.
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    13 Nov '16 23:37
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    That's right, from divine to human, can you make it happen? awooooooo!
    God did! 😉
  11. Subscriberdivegeester
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    14 Nov '16 00:04
    Originally posted by chaney3
    If I had the opportunity, I would give you the 'biggest supermoon'.

    Lol lol. 🙂
    😵
  12. Subscriberdivegeester
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    14 Nov '16 00:06
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    These big 'supermoons' are great for looking with the naked eye, but the full moon, even a regular full moon is way too bright even in my little telescope. I finally got a 'moon filter' though, so I'll be able to take a look.
    Nice; I use image stabilising binoculars.
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    14 Nov '16 02:06
    Someone needs to explain to the Burmese government that a larger looking than normal moon is not worth a public holiday.
  14. Subscriberdivegeester
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    14 Nov '16 04:25
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Someone needs to explain to the Burmese government that a larger looking than normal moon is not worth a public holiday.
    Some say these earthquakes are triggered by the moon being closer and the increased gravitational pull.
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    14 Nov '16 06:57
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Some say these earthquakes are triggered by the moon being closer and the increased gravitational pull.
    Some people are wrong.
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