Possible explanation is some theory called: Albedo:
- Explanation is taken from: crometeo
picture of: albedo thesis
Albedo is a measure of power reflection which has a surface or body. It is the ratio of reflected and received electromagnetic radiation. Usually
expressed as a percentage between 0% and 100%, this is an important concept in climatology and astronomy. The ratio depends on the frequency and angle
of incidence of radiation considered, if not specifically stated, it is understood within the average range of visible light that falls vertically to
the surface. Fresh snow albedo is high, up to 90%.
In this particular case, which took place last weekend, the entire landscape is covered with thick, fresh snjeni plaid, including a recess in the
relief that came from intense light in relation to the environment. How is excluded as it is a human factor (fire, lamp or other light source), and it
was night, the only logical explanation for the moon, or the moon, writes Crometeo.
We have already mentioned that fresh snow has a high albedo, up to 95 percent. So, the snow on the ground has the capacity to reflect nearly all the
light that reaches it. Although the moon was only in the first quarter of the night, totally pure atmosphere enabled the visibility and permeability
of reflected sunlight from the moon.
Position of the pit covered with snow over the moon must have been ideal for this phenomenon, the "moon" light concentrated in one place, this time
it obviously happened..
i don get it,
if sky is clear,
and moon is not in full phase, even if it is,
how then sun light forwarded to moon, and then moonlight can be pointed only toward that only one hole, and not all around. like lol. this is not
cartoon. impossible. i do not support theory in this case. or ever.