Everyday I’m Shufflin
A full moon at perigee (closest to the Earth) is called a Supermoon. Such an occurrence happens tonight (5/5). The photo above captures tonight's Supermoon over the Temple of Poseidon southeast of Athens.
flat Earth skeptic
Thanks. Nice pic. I had a clear sky and it came up on me as a surprise, so it was good to see your post.
Last edited by Aqueous Id; 05-05-12 at 11:06 PM.
I wonder why it looks so massive on the horizon, but not so much higher in the sky.
I got to see it live. It was wicked.
C'mon, get happy!
ooh! Never knew that.
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I was up at 5 AM this morning and the moon was in the west and looked very large but not really much different than any other new moons to me.
It looked like this where I live although this isn't a picture that I took but rather somewhere else and someone else which depicts what I saw.