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It's just like a compare term,anyway to bright,brighter then usual!
Originally posted by Misterlondon
Ive seen the moon very bright before (easily possible to read a paper under its light) although never as bright as a sun, which no offense op, i suspect is a slight exaggeration..
the halo around the moon is completely normal aswell.. it is a refraction of light caused by ice particles in the upper atmosphere..
TextNo safety on the moon: strong CME could sandblast the entire lunar surface Posted on December 7, 2011 December 7, 2011 – SPACE – Solar storms and associated Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) can significantly erode the lunar surface according to a new set of computer simulations by NASA scientists. In addition to removing a surprisingly large amount of material from the lunar surface, this could be a major method of atmospheric loss for planets like Mars that are unprotected by a global magnetic field
Actually, it was more warm then the usual...very warm for this time of the year!
Originally posted by Atzil321
reply to post by diamondsmith
Was it a cold clear night sky where you were lastnight? If so that would explain why the moon appeared brighter to you, nothing to worry about
Originally posted by diamondsmith
reply to post by cheesyleps
I understand your point of view,still here,brighter then usual,anyway thank you for your explanation!