Southern Hemisphere Moon

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  1. woollmeister

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    Probably the same as a northern hemisphere moon... :lol:

    Straight from the camera, except for cropping and "enlarging".

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The same moon, yes. But here it only looks like this in the morning, on it's way down. Shortly before "moon-set".
     
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    Do we have shots of the dark side of the moon?
     
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    astrostu I shoot for the stars

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    Yes. I have posted two threads, here and here.
     
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    Nice Earthshine but not the dark side. If by 'we' you mean NASA, sure - we have a full 3D moon map.

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    There is no "dark side." I was trying to politely imply that the concept of a "dark side" is just the "night side." For more information, see my blog post on why there is no "Dark Side" to the moon.
     

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