Full moon (astronomy ). Photo by tomruen
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Full moon

Uploaded by: tomruen

Thursday September 19, 2013

Minneapolis, MN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Warm humid night in Minneapolis, caught full moon rising around 11pm before new clouds came in!

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3. tomruen
10:58 PM GMT on September 19, 2013
Thanks! Glad to show off my new digital camera on my favorite subject with a 50x optical zoom!!!
Hey, anyone know why the photo was reduced to 480 pixel height? I've not uploaded for a while, and see other images as large as 800x600.
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2. WunderYakuza (Admin)
10:23 PM GMT on September 19, 2013
Sweet! Thanks for the moon shot.
1. Biskitten
6:57 PM GMT on September 19, 2013
Super capture!
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2001: (Borrowed) Canon Powershot S100 Digital Elph, 2x zoom, (2M, 1600x1200 pixels)Fall 2002: Olympus Camedia C-2000Z, 3x zoom (2M)April 2003: Olympus Camedia C-4000Z, 3x zoom (4M, 2288x1712 pixels)Fall 2007: Sony DSC-H5 12x zoom, (36-432mm equiv) (7.2M 3072x2304)May 2012: Canon DSLR 60/70D 11x zoom (18mm-200mm, 29-320mm equiv) (18/20M)Sept 2013: Canon SX50 50x zoom, (24-1200mm equiv) (12M, 4000x3000)I've had fair success taking pictures through 10x50mm binoculars on a tripod, and my 25 year old telescope. (F/8 6" newtonian reflector). I also include some simulated images from my astronomy program that simulates the motions of the bodies of the solar system.Tom RuenMinnesota

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