For all of the "moon gazer's

Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by deedee, Jan 10, 2009.

  1. deedee

    deedee Active Member

    To all of the "Moon Gazers" and to everyone else who appreciates something that is going to be Beautiful I would love to share this with you. If by chance you don't know by now ( I just myself found out about it a little while ago ).

    Tomorrow night if you are lucky enought to be able to see the "BIGGEST, BRIGHTEST" Moon of the whole year I hope you enjoy looking at it.

    Please do me a favor if you do happen to see it ( an I really hope you are able to ) please take a long glance for me because snow is heading our way and I'm pretty sure we will not be able to view it, if we could our window's that would face the moon has a bounch of crystals hanging from it and I just know it would have looked amazing.

    From "Native American Folklore" the name they have for it is "Wolf Moon", also the full Moon's in January are also called "Old Moon &/or Snow Moon which I think is pretty cool.

    I just wanted to share something that I know I would love to see with other people I have a chance to come in contact with...

    PS say Hello to "The Man In The Moon" for me :Smiley_wink:
     
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  2. semipenguin

    semipenguin Cheeseburger Connoisseur

    I'll be in Ohio tonight. they're supposed to get snow, too...:worried:

    Thank you for the info, deedee...:)
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  3. Casual Fan

    Casual Fan Surprisingly nice

    70% chance of rain here. :(

    Thanks for sharing, though. I like wolves and I like the moon. That's a two-fer. :)
     
  4. Aaron

    Aaron Moderator

    You know, it's a strange thing, but when I reflect back on the time period after Hurricane Gustav, there is only one thing I look back upon as a happy memory... stargazing. The power outage was so widespread that the sky never looked better or brighter than it did then. The rest of the year, light pollution, even in my small town, takes away from the whole experience.

    But, yes, the moon did look cool last night. I also enjoyed it a month or so ago, when the Moon, Venus, and Saturn were all visible in close proximity of one another.
     
  5. Wolf

    Wolf The Lone Wolf

    Thanks for the heads up deedee. I will have clear skies here tonight in Phoenix, so I'll check out the Wolf Moon.

    No semi, I will not howl at the moon! :p
     
  6. IdRatherBeSkiing

    IdRatherBeSkiing Sherbert is not and never will be ice cream

    Why is this the brightest moon of the year? Is it due to the earth being the closest to the sun now? Or is it more tied to the moon's orbit of the earth? Or both?

    I think its supposed to be cloudy with flurries here.
     
  7. semipenguin

    semipenguin Cheeseburger Connoisseur

    I was just in you area earlier this week. the weather was nice...:)

    Aww c'mon. If Ozzy can do it, so can you...:)

    The moon moves up and down on a plain as it orbits the Earth. It might match up best tonight. Plus it could be closer to the Earth in its orbit this time of month.

    Winter full moons always look big & bright anywho...:)
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  8. Wolf

    Wolf The Lone Wolf

    That cool you were in my area, the weather is always nice this time of the year until it summer get here! :eek:

    Maybe I will? :p
     
  9. HecticArt

    HecticArt Administrator

    What cha doing in Ohio?

    I'll (still) be running the snow blower, listening to my SL2, but I'll keep my eyes open for a break in the clouds.
     
  10. semipenguin

    semipenguin Cheeseburger Connoisseur

    I have to deliver to the Wal-Mart DC in Wintersville, Oh...:shock:

    :)
     
  11. HecticArt

    HecticArt Administrator

    Wintersville. . . . I didn't know we had one of those.. . . . But I suppose most of Ohio is wintersville this time of year.

    I had to Mapquest it to find out where it was. At least it's close to Pittsburgh. And hey! Toronto and Amsterdam are pretty close too. You should be able to have some fun there. . . .
     
  12. TheScionicMan

    TheScionicMan Last non-Hating Stern Fan

    Thanks for the info, deedee. My daughter is actually charting the moon for a project at school. I'll have to let her know.

    It was amazingly bright last night. I have a super-bright spotlight on the side of the garage and if it gets left on at night, it lights up one of the neighbor kid's room so I'm also worried. I looked out last night around 2 or 3 am and thought it was on. After going out into the cold-ass garage I was surprised that the switch was off!

    It was probably bright enough to read by moonlight.

    I was lucky enough to catch a great meteor shower last week. Kept falling asleep, finally got up and into the hot tub around 5-:30 or 6 AM Saw 16 shooting stars in less than an hour. Hot tub with Sirius may be the best way to watch the skies...
     
  13. MadisonRadio1

    MadisonRadio1 MadisonRadio

    I see it I see it
    It's coming out of the clouds right now
     
  14. Wolf

    Wolf The Lone Wolf

    I just took a quick pic of the moon tonight.
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  15. deedee

    deedee Active Member



    Please wish your Daughter "Good Luck" on her project for me.

    Let me think about this for a moment Moon, Shooting Stars and to top it off in a "Hot Tub" in the early hours, "One Can Dream".

    My husband will be so jealous :( I just can't wait to tell him. I hope you enjoy it all !!! :clap:


    diane
     
  16. deedee

    deedee Active Member


    THANK YOU SO MUCH

    It's just so BEAUTIFUL can't Imagine what it's like to see in person.!!!!!!!!!!



    diane
     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2009
  17. Wolf

    Wolf The Lone Wolf

    You're welcome dedee! I don't have a street lamp in front of my house, but my neighborhood seems alot brighter then as usual.
     
  18. ProperModulation

    ProperModulation Green Type of Tube

    It's super clear here in California, and the moon is friggin' BRIGHT tonight! So bright that I couldn't focus and see the darker areas of the moon like I normally can. It's also creating some very cool moon-shadows outside. Sort of like a night version of daytime.
     
  19. deedee

    deedee Active Member

    the snow coming down is pretty, the snow coming down is pretty, the snow coming down is pretty, the snow coming down is pretty ( not ) :no:

    diane ;)

    ( I really am so very glad so many are enjoying it )
     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2009
  20. IdRatherBeSkiing

    IdRatherBeSkiing Sherbert is not and never will be ice cream

    Our flurries turned into light snow all night.

    Its sunny and clear now. :)
     

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