Friday’s close conjunction of the full Moon and Mars was spectacular… “if” you weren’t surrounded by clouds! Did you get a chance to see it – or better yet take a photo? Then why not share…
Thanks to some time zone differences, not only was the Moon “full” on January 29, 2010 – it was also the “blue” Moon for observers in Tasmania and Australia. Even though skies were cloudy there as well, Shevill Mathers of Southern Cross Observatory had an opportunity to photograph the pair just before an upcoming storm.
As luck would have it, the view was pretty much the same worldwide, but perhaps some of you caught the solar system dance in a photo of your own? Then why not share with the rest of us. Feel free to post a link to your image!
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