Gallery: The Fantastic Full Moon

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Credit: Tim McCord
The moon is considered full at the moment when the sun, Earth and moon line up in as straight a line as possible with one another; however, to the naked…Read More »

eye, the moon appears full the entire night. The above shot of the March 19, 2011, full moon was taken in Entiat, Wash., using a camera-equipped telescope.   Less «
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