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Super Duper Moon – 10th August, 2014

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August 10, 2014

This is the year where you will get 3 months of Full Super Moon or Perigee moon in a row from July to September 2014. I missed the previous month, but in the month of August (August 10th, 2014) is when the Moon is super close to the earth compare to the other 2 full moon in July and September. This is also the closest in the last 20 years. The moon will also looks bigger by 14% and brighter by 30% compare to when you normally see. The best time to photograph this super moon is during the Moonrise because the moon will look larger and bigger when it is close to the horizon.  That’s why I call it Super Duper Moon! If you missed this one, just make sure you catch the next and last Super moon this year on 9th September, 2014. Don’t forget to check the weather!

The MoonRise. Around 6:30 pm Local time. (GMT +7)

The MoonRise. Around 6:30 pm Local time. (GMT +7)

The Moon will look yellowish during the moonrise.

The Moon will look yellowish during the moonrise.

And if you start early while waiting for the Super Moon, don’t forget you might catch a very nice sunset too at the opposite direction.

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For more information, please leave a comment below and I will try to answer as much as I can.

Please check back later for my next trip or project. If you are interested in licensing for publication purposes of the photos here, just contact me here!

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Super Duper Moon – 10th August, 2014

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Suwandi
August 10, 2014

This is the year where you will get 3 months of Full Super Moon or Perigee moon in a row from July to September 2014. I missed the previous month, but in the month of August (August 10th, 2014) is when the Moon is super close to the earth compare to the other 2 full moon in July and September. This is also the closest in the last 20 years. The moon will also looks bigger by 14% and brighter by 30% compare to when you normally see. The best time to photograph this super moon is during the Moonrise because the moon will look larger and bigger when it is close to the horizon.  That’s why I call it Super Duper Moon! If you missed this one, just make sure you catch the next and last Super moon this year on 9th September, 2014. Don’t forget to check the weather!

The MoonRise. Around 6:30 pm Local time. (GMT +7)

The MoonRise. Around 6:30 pm Local time. (GMT +7)

The Moon will look yellowish during the moonrise.

The Moon will look yellowish during the moonrise.

And if you start early while waiting for the Super Moon, don’t forget you might catch a very nice sunset too at the opposite direction.

photo (1)

For more information, please leave a comment below and I will try to answer as much as I can.

Please check back later for my next trip or project. If you are interested in licensing for publication purposes of the photos here, just contact me here!

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