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#iPhonePhotography #LunaPhotography | #Auckland #NewZealand – Wintery 26th June 2018- before the #FullMoon- A Gallery

July 15, 2018


Moon as seen previously on that month of 2018 June in first quarter with its timeless terminator lines

 

On a 26th June 2018, on wintery cold Winterfell  Auckland New Zealand night in which the air was frozen, cold it was as during that month it was like finding Wildlings from the North of the Wall of Westros to Hug for warmth..  During the moon of June was heading towards the Full Moon on the 28th June 2018, in which it lit up the whole night sky as it approached towards the second quarter of the moon. In which before the second quarter becomes whole, as it before it heads towards the Full moon, full Waxing Gibbous … also has it transiting in between the winter constellations of Sagittarius, Scorpio, towards the Libra then Virgo.. from early to modestly later in the night sky from east..

 

As the moon gathers towards the full moon, in which that form new moon towards the full moon there’s some interesting features that presented before the moon get white washed hiding its details of Cratered cased shadows of the in which those shadows stretches many Kilometers long enough to encompass any major cities on earth..

Among with before the full moon is the outlining of the craters in which during the first quarter is the line of craters in which some of the best features of a first quarter is the area where Tycho Crater is in which leading down to the Jade Rabbit in which is the Sea of Tranquillity, and Serenity in where Tranquillity is where NASA’s Apollo Astronauts landed on 20th July 1969 on the eleventh Apollo Mission in whereas Serenity is the last eighteenth Apollo mission..

In looking downwards from the from the line of where the Mare, transition from Latin is the Sea’s in where large early sections of the moon where it’s flat, where Mare Iridium in which you’ll explore some untouched regions of the moon where it’s least bombard with craters in which is excepted where there’s a large crater Copernicus is situated… among with Kepler..

On a very 2018 wintery Winterfell cold Auckland New Zealand night sky looking in the east as the Constellation Sagittarius rising more above the horizon following it’s the Constellation Scorpio.. in which July celebrating the Maori New Year is Scorpio is describe as the Fish Hook of Maui, or that Jawbone that his grandfather indebt to …

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  On a very Antarctica frosty Winterfell cold wintery Auckland New Zealand Night early  June 2018 skies, in which as looking towards eastern section of the night sky is the Constellation Libra in which the largest Gaseous Planet Jupiter is in… Nearby is the Wintery indicator is the Constellation Scorpio where it’s the opposition as …

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On a very cold frosty Antarctica Auckland New Zealand 14th June 2018 night sky, in which was a very clear night with no warmth insulated by the clouds that was not where to be seen. In the indention open caverns slopes of Auckland Observatory at One Tree Hill…  With frozen light during the wintery night …

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#iPhonePhotography | #木星 #滿月 – on a very frosty Antarctica #Auckland #NewZealand before also during the #FullMoon #Jupiter of June 2018…… A Gallery

June 3, 2018


It was a very extremely frosty below five degrees Celsius Antarctica first June 2018 during the full moon at Auckland Observatory in which the moon was at that time on the first of June in which the night before in the between  constellation of  Scorpio also Sagittarius.. As it was following the second largest gaseous planet then now behind Saturn….. The night was almost crystalline clear as both in which the largest Planet Jupiter was in the constellation Libra…  rising in the eastern Auckland night skies…

Looking recently of last later month of May is Jupiter’s coral red spot in which looking through the Edith Winstone Blackwell 30 inch diameter Smith Cassegrain Carl Zeiss Telescope in which Edith is the nickname for it…  you can see back in averagely forty minutes ago back in time of Jupiter’s red spot in which is the best feature of the night among with Jupiter’s Galilean moons Io, Europa, Castillo, and Ganymede……

Following the moon ever so slowly later in the night as it transition from waxing Gibbous towards the full moon…  is also trialing behind is the rust planet Mars known 火星 Fiery Star in which Chinese Term the planet in which it’s amberic orange colour all those thousands years ago….  In which is following behind the constellation of Sagittarius…

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