Moon Comparison 2 Weeks Apart
Taken by Charles Chiofar on February 9, 2019 @ Buckley,Washington
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A comparison of the moon taken 2 weeks apart. Both the Wolf moon from last month and the full moon this month,
the Snow Moon, are supermoons. This months snow moon is definitely living up to its name as the pacific northwest is getting an unprecedented amount of snow. Storm #3 is arriving early this week. Hopefully it will be clear on the 19th to see the full snow moon. Both moon images were taken with an Explore Scientific ED80 with a 2X Barlow and a Nikon D3100 DSLR using a stationary tripod.
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