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Photographs of the Moon [Image 6]

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The Gibbous Moon
by Doug Scobel

Saturday, June 26, 2004: I just got home from Peach Mountain and had to take a look at the pictures I took of the moon. A few came out pretty good so I just had to share them. They’re all taken with a Nikon Coolpix 800, hand held at the eyepiece of my 8-inch f/8. The full view of the gibbous moon is with a 32mm A. Jaegers symmetrical; the close-ups of the northern and southern hemispheres are with a 14mm Televue Radian. In all pictures south is at the top.

Gibbous Moon
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Southern Moon
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Northern Moon
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