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The Hubble Pyramid on the Moon image…

The shadow stretches far to the left giving an incredible sense of dimension and shape to the Pyramid.  A stunning simple image that seems to portray an anomalous structure on the moon, a structure that logically just shouldn’t be there.

The image itself clearly portrays an unnaturally perfect pyramid casting a long shadow onto the Moons grey surface. The angles and lines of the pyramid are absolutely perfect, far too perfect to be an accident of nature.

Included for your viewing pleasure is the original video that started the ball rolling, copied and pasted to thousands of blogs and websites around the world. Hit the play button, watch the video and you decide, the real deal or internet hoax?

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A Photographers Dream and a Nurses Nightmare…

March 19 will be a good day for photographers and astronomers. The moon will be the biggest, fullest it has been for 18 years. This point of the moons orbit – where it is closest to Earth – is known as the Lunar Perigee.

While this is common, this closeness happens every 9 years, it doesn’t often coincide with a full moon. As long as there is a clear sky in your neighborhood get ready for a big moon. Even with binoculars or a good zoom lens on your camera you will be able to see incredible detail.

A combination of effects have aligned to put this show on for us all. The elliptical orbit of the moon – it’s sometimes called our Eccentric Companion – along with Earths elliptical orbit and the gravitational effects of the sun mean the moon will be 30,000km closer to earth than usual – normally it’s 354,000km from earth.

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