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originally posted by: wmd_2008
a reply to: FlatEarthVegan
The Moon appearing to stop is due to the speed of the objects relative to each other ie the Sun, Moon & Earth that's what causes it.
As for how objects look in picture that depends a lot on focal length the format of the film used or now the size of the digital sensor and the distance of the objects from each other.
Here is a quick example.
So what do you think moved the Statue or the church
Spoke with a colleague this week who believes that you can only get a full solar eclipse if the moon is full.
originally posted by: WeirdScience
a reply to: Soylent Green Is People
I asked you if there was any scientific literature that discusses the fact that the moon appears to stand still for two minutes.