Next Full Moon:
Friday September 29th. 2023
Next New Moon:
Saturday October 14th. 2023
Current Moon cycle is 15 days old
The Moon was approximately formed 4.5 billion years ago .
High and Low tides are caused by the Moons gravitational pull.
The Moon orbits the Earth every 27.3 days approximately.
As sunlight hits the moon's surface,temperatures can reach 260°F (127°C).
On the dark side of the moon,temperatures can drop to minus -280°F (-173°C)..
Use a Tripod
Use a Zoom Lens
Measure the exposure
Avoid ambient nearby lighting
Use a shutter remote release
Always shoot in RAW for post processing
Earth–Moon–Earth communication (
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