Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | November 15, 2016

Supermoon on Palomar

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Wow, tonight is the night for the biggest and closest moon since 1948. Mike Pique sure got some great shots of the Supermoon on Palomar!  The goal was to get that moon slipping up over the 200 inch.  But, tall trees, hills and valleys just weren’t cooperating the other day when we went out checking some areas.  Turned out the 60 inch was perfect to be in his photos and about the same size.  Thank you Mike!

It’s a beautiful night on Palomar, look up and enjoy!


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