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Lovely shot, Linda. Thank you much for this sharing.
You might like to view these images of “our” Moon.
Far Side of Moon:- This is a view of our Moon we never see – it is the far (rear) side and always in the dark. Notice how heavily cratered it is compared to the side of the Moon we always see:-
Full Moon taken from Earth – in sharp detail:-
A calming, restful and soothing photo, Linda. It finds my pleasure easily.
You may be interested in the following inasmuch that 2018 sees a remarkable event – two, yes, two Blue Moons. They are set to occur 31 January and 31 March.
Here is what I posted onto the CAS Forum page back on 24 October:-
“2018 sees two Blue Moons occurring – 31 January and 31 March. The last time two such Moons occurred was in 1999.
Blue Moon Calendar:- http://www.moongiant.com/Blue_Moon_Calendar.php
An addendum to my earlier posting:-
Penumbral Moon:- http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap161012.html
Blue Moon:- http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap151003.html