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    Wanted to post this photo that i took of the moon shining through the clouds in the night sky, ive never seen the moon like this.
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    Default Re: Look at this for a picture of bright moon at night

    Now you just need to get a telescope to get some close up views of Jupiter and the Moon
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    Default Re: Look at this for a picture of bright moon at night

    Yea im going to get one, i know the basics of planets stars ect... ive got a lot more to learn, i will start with the moon and planets first

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    Default Re: Look at this for a picture of bright moon at night

    Quote Originally Posted by deanp001986 View Post
    Wanted to post this photo that i took of the moon shining through the clouds in the night sky, ive never seen the moon like this.
    Very cool! Thanks for posting!
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    Nice shot, thanks for the share.
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    That is a little eerie! Nice composition and image.

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