OT : Supermoon 6-May-2012 21:08 (BKK GMT +7)

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OT : Supermoon 6-May-2012 21:08 (BKK GMT +7)

Headbanger76
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Joined: April 19th, 2012, 4:21 pm

May 6th, 2012, 3:09 pm #1

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
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panerai4life
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May 6th, 2012, 3:37 pm #2



"Passion is way beyond any explanation or imagination"
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action--dan
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May 6th, 2012, 3:48 pm #3

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
Stunning shot! Thanks for sharing :) n/t
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Headbanger76
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May 6th, 2012, 4:55 pm #4


"Passion is way beyond any explanation or imagination"
Thank you krab P' A ^ ^ - nt
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Headbanger76
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May 6th, 2012, 4:56 pm #5

Thank you very much Dan ^ ^ - nt
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ChrisMeadsss
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May 6th, 2012, 4:58 pm #6

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon

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May 6th, 2012, 6:36 pm #7

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
Very nice
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MarkSanders
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May 6th, 2012, 7:49 pm #8

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
A shame it is cloudy in the Netherlands ;-(
Bit your picture does it for me

Greetings,

Mark

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May 6th, 2012, 8:31 pm #9

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
GUSH
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May 7th, 2012, 12:28 am #10

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
your camera is fantastic too, thank you for sharing!

Regards


KenKan

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May 7th, 2012, 1:01 am #11

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
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ERSanchez
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May 7th, 2012, 1:45 am #12

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
And here I was trying to snap a pic with my iPhone!! LOL!!!!

Great shot!!!!

Thanks for posting!!!

Eddie "Sharkman" Sanchez

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May 7th, 2012, 2:54 am #13

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
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May 7th, 2012, 2:59 am #14

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
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May 7th, 2012, 3:31 am #15

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
they were in awe...

thank you

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May 7th, 2012, 4:39 am #16

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon




Panerai....So Much More Than Just A Watch!!
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May 7th, 2012, 3:06 pm #17

Just to be part of the history, I dragged my 500mm lens out the corridor and take this shot. Do not miss this spectacular sight!



Supermoon of the century

At 1 am on May 6, the full moon will be at 3,56,954 km from the centre of the earth . This will be the closest full moon to earth since January 1912. The moon will appear larger in the sky than at any time. This event is also referred to as Supermoon.

Early Sunday will see the moons closest encounter with earth since March 19, 2011, when the moon was a scant 380 kilometers closer to earth . The next time a similar occurrence will take place is not until August 10, 2014. #Astronomers are estimating that the supermoon will be around 14 per cent brighter and 30 per cent bigger than the average full moon.

Previous supermoons were sighted in 1955, 1974, 1992, 2005 and 2011, all of which had their share of extreme weather and natural disasters. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms, powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges under the sway of the supermoon alignment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermoon
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