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Originally posted by samureyed
Yes the moon is bright, but I didnt think anything unusual about it, just a full moon on a clear sky.
Originally posted by TKainZero
Mabye the sun is ejecting out some strange light???
As an off-topic answer to you off-topic question, I think it's best to have her eyes checked by a doctor. Seeing two Moons, one slightly to one side of the other and a little rotated, was the only indication I had that I needed glasses.
Just one little note about your daughter. You know how you stare at something bright for very long, then look away, but you still kind of see it? Maybe she was just staring at the bright moon for so long, looked away, then looked back and saw 'two' moons. Happens when I stare at it through the telescope at bright objects...always best to get it checked out though.
Originally posted by NewWorldOver
As I said earlier I am of the opinion that every object in the solar system is getting brighter while the sun raises its vibration.