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This glow may be due to the lunar radioactive atmosphere
This glow may be due to the lunar radioactive atmosphere; though normally this will not be visible until the 23rd century, so I imagined it.
reflection of ice crystals ? www.meteoros.de...
Originally posted by juleol
reply to post by BeforeTheHangmansNoose
Either way it has nothing to do with the moon or everyone would see it. It is most likely local atmospheric conditions or your window.
Yes, because the atmosphere at high altitude is not affected by ground conditions or vice versa, so it's normal to have ice crystals over a dry area.
Originally posted by BeforeTheHangmansNoose
I don't know, i live in the driest state in the driest continent in the world, could ice really be a factor?
Try it anyway, at least you will know that you tried, and if the blue halo is strong enough it could change the colour of the Moon in the photo.
Also i just checked out some of the images, it's nothing like what i'm seeing, I feel if i were to take a photo, it wouldn't even show up, which obviously doesn't help my case in the slightest.