Distortion Near The Horizon
Taken by Charles Chiofar on February 11, 2017 @ Buckley,Washington
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Images of the moon taken low on the horizon and later on in the evening. You can clearly see the distortion
caused by atmospheric refraction. The amount of atmospheric refraction is a function of the temperature gradient, the temperature, pressure, and humidity and the amount of water vapor
present. All the images were
taken with an ES ED80 and a Nikon D3100.
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