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SUPERMOONS & LUNAR ECLIPSE

Discussion in 'Observing Celestial Objects' started by Seer, Dec 30, 2018.

SUPERMOONS & LUNAR ECLIPSE

Started by Seer on Dec 30, 2018 at 1:14 PM

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  1. Seer

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    There's plenty of moon to go around in the beginning part of 2019. Three SUPERMOONS and one of them will have a LUNAR ECLIPSE.
    Jan 21: 222, 274 miles with LUNAR ECLIPSE
    Feb 19: 221,734 miles
    Mar 21: 224,173 miles
    There are lots of things that I want to checkout on the moon. My biggest problem here is the weather not cooperating.
     
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    There will also be a SEASONAL BLUE MOON May 18, 2019.
     

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