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DEC '09 Has 2 Full Moons

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And that makes Dec 31st the Blue Moon.

A nice treat!

Here in northwest NJ, last night's moon rise was spectacular, particularly 2 days away from Perigee.

aaahhhh ..............

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hi

I try to watch the moon and other sighting in our wonderfull sky. but here in south ccarolina. Its hard. I have gotten to see the moon start as low as it comes to watch it rise. and what a beautiful sight. love the information.

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Hi Vanessa

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Welcome to the forums!

Good to hear that you also enjoy the night sky shows.

Feel free to post your observations any time!!

Our Blue Moon will be obscured by a rain/snow 2-day event, so I caught the 3pm rise yesterday ... just awesome.


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