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https://plus.google.com/100304866366724405220 Lyndhurst-Hill Weather station : ** Sunset is at: 17:36 Moonrise is at: 18:26 ** Find us on http://mydayboro.com/pt-to-you.html *INFO...
** Sunset is at: 17:36 Moonrise is at: 18:26 ** Find us on http://mydayboro.com/pt-to-you.html
*INFO MOONMESSAG*
Sunset is at: 17:36 Moonrise is at: 18:26

Moon data:
Rises is at: 18:26
Age since last full moon : Moon age: 20 days,0 hours,8 minutes,72%
Phase name : Waning Gibbous Moon

Next new (full) moon is on : 06:42 UTC 13 September 2015

Moon Dates:
March equinox date : val_autumn
June solstice date : val_winter
September equinox date : val_spring
December solstice date : val_summer
Next perihel date : val_perihel
Next aphel date : val_aphel
Next perigee date : val_perigee
Next apogee date : val_apogee
Next moon eclipse : val_mooneclipse typ_mooneclipse

Calculations based upon latitude : -27:11:80 and longitude -152:50:40

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https://plus.google.com/116227477563633821995 Slavomíra Iškyová : Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than...
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than three decades will grace Earth's skies this month, as will a partial solar eclipse that most of the world will miss.

The supermoon total lunar eclipse, which occurs on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks significantly larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first supermoon eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033, NASA officials said in a newly released video.

....

"Supermoons" occur because the moon's orbit around Earth is elliptical rather than circular. While the moon's average distance from our planet is about 239,000 miles (384,600 kilometers), the natural satelite roams as far away as 252,000 miles (405,600 km) at "apogee" and gets as close as 226,000 miles (363,700 km) at "perigee."

A supermoon is a full moon that occurs at, or very near, perigee and appears abnormally big in the sky as a result. In fact, supermoons appear about 14 percent larger and 30 brighter than apogee full moons, which are also known as "minimoons."

Supermoon eclipses are special; they've occurred just five times since 1900 (in 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964 and 1982), NASA officials said in the new video. - http://www.space.com/30427-supermoon-total-lunar-eclipse-september-video.html
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The supermoon eclipse, which will grace Earth's skies on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks considerably larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first such lunar eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033.
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https://plus.google.com/116794415916316713835 Kenneth Monge Rojas : Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than...
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than three decades will grace Earth's skies this month, as will a partial solar eclipse that most of the world will miss.

The supermoon total lunar eclipse, which occurs on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks significantly larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first supermoon eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033, NASA officials said in a newly released video.

....

"Supermoons" occur because the moon's orbit around Earth is elliptical rather than circular. While the moon's average distance from our planet is about 239,000 miles (384,600 kilometers), the natural satelite roams as far away as 252,000 miles (405,600 km) at "apogee" and gets as close as 226,000 miles (363,700 km) at "perigee."

A supermoon is a full moon that occurs at, or very near, perigee and appears abnormally big in the sky as a result. In fact, supermoons appear about 14 percent larger and 30 brighter than apogee full moons, which are also known as "minimoons."

Supermoon eclipses are special; they've occurred just five times since 1900 (in 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964 and 1982), NASA officials said in the new video. - http://www.space.com/30427-supermoon-total-lunar-eclipse-september-video.html
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The supermoon eclipse, which will grace Earth's skies on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks considerably larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first such lunar eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033.
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https://plus.google.com/102825267847452989326 Markku A : Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than...
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than three decades will grace Earth's skies this month, as will a partial solar eclipse that most of the world will miss.

The supermoon total lunar eclipse, which occurs on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks significantly larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first supermoon eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033, NASA officials said in a newly released video.

....

"Supermoons" occur because the moon's orbit around Earth is elliptical rather than circular. While the moon's average distance from our planet is about 239,000 miles (384,600 kilometers), the natural satelite roams as far away as 252,000 miles (405,600 km) at "apogee" and gets as close as 226,000 miles (363,700 km) at "perigee."

A supermoon is a full moon that occurs at, or very near, perigee and appears abnormally big in the sky as a result. In fact, supermoons appear about 14 percent larger and 30 brighter than apogee full moons, which are also known as "minimoons."

Supermoon eclipses are special; they've occurred just five times since 1900 (in 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964 and 1982), NASA officials said in the new video. - http://www.space.com/30427-supermoon-total-lunar-eclipse-september-video.html
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The supermoon eclipse, which will grace Earth's skies on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks considerably larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first such lunar eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033.
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https://plus.google.com/103076701130252340049 Boston BB : Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than...
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than three decades will grace Earth's skies this month, as will a partial solar eclipse that most of the world will miss.

The supermoon total lunar eclipse, which occurs on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks significantly larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first supermoon eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033, NASA officials said in a newly released video.

....

"Supermoons" occur because the moon's orbit around Earth is elliptical rather than circular. While the moon's average distance from our planet is about 239,000 miles (384,600 kilometers), the natural satelite roams as far away as 252,000 miles (405,600 km) at "apogee" and gets as close as 226,000 miles (363,700 km) at "perigee."

A supermoon is a full moon that occurs at, or very near, perigee and appears abnormally big in the sky as a result. In fact, supermoons appear about 14 percent larger and 30 brighter than apogee full moons, which are also known as "minimoons."

Supermoon eclipses are special; they've occurred just five times since 1900 (in 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964 and 1982), NASA officials said in the new video. - http://www.space.com/30427-supermoon-total-lunar-eclipse-september-video.html
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The supermoon eclipse, which will grace Earth's skies on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks considerably larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first such lunar eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033.
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https://plus.google.com/115315349649011070684 Aide Castro : Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than...
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than three decades will grace Earth's skies this month, as will a partial solar eclipse that most of the world will miss.

The supermoon total lunar eclipse, which occurs on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks significantly larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first supermoon eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033, NASA officials said in a newly released video.

....

"Supermoons" occur because the moon's orbit around Earth is elliptical rather than circular. While the moon's average distance from our planet is about 239,000 miles (384,600 kilometers), the natural satelite roams as far away as 252,000 miles (405,600 km) at "apogee" and gets as close as 226,000 miles (363,700 km) at "perigee."

A supermoon is a full moon that occurs at, or very near, perigee and appears abnormally big in the sky as a result. In fact, supermoons appear about 14 percent larger and 30 brighter than apogee full moons, which are also known as "minimoons."

Supermoon eclipses are special; they've occurred just five times since 1900 (in 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964 and 1982), NASA officials said in the new video. - http://www.space.com/30427-supermoon-total-lunar-eclipse-september-video.html
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The supermoon eclipse, which will grace Earth's skies on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks considerably larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first such lunar eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033.
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https://plus.google.com/118356805627875468789 Elijah Daniels : Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than...
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The first "supermoon" lunar eclipse in more than three decades will grace Earth's skies this month, as will a partial solar eclipse that most of the world will miss.

The supermoon total lunar eclipse, which occurs on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks significantly larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first supermoon eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033, NASA officials said in a newly released video.

....

"Supermoons" occur because the moon's orbit around Earth is elliptical rather than circular. While the moon's average distance from our planet is about 239,000 miles (384,600 kilometers), the natural satelite roams as far away as 252,000 miles (405,600 km) at "apogee" and gets as close as 226,000 miles (363,700 km) at "perigee."

A supermoon is a full moon that occurs at, or very near, perigee and appears abnormally big in the sky as a result. In fact, supermoons appear about 14 percent larger and 30 brighter than apogee full moons, which are also known as "minimoons."

Supermoon eclipses are special; they've occurred just five times since 1900 (in 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964 and 1982), NASA officials said in the new video. - http://www.space.com/30427-supermoon-total-lunar-eclipse-september-video.html
Rare 'Supermoon' Total Lunar Eclipse Coming This Month
The supermoon eclipse, which will grace Earth's skies on Sept. 27, features a full moon that looks considerably larger and brighter than usual. It will be the first such lunar eclipse since 1982, and the last until 2033.
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https://plus.google.com/107699842496319231290 Claudio Cipriano : #Supermoons   #August 29th Moon 2015 This one is the first of this year’s three full supermoons. It ...
#Supermoons   #August 29th Moon 2015
This one is the first of this year’s three full supermoons. It is a full moon near perigee (near its closest point to Earth for the month).  The August moon is called the sturgeon or corn moon ... The next one will be on September 28th and will come fully equipped with a total eclipse lasting approximately 3 hours ..
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https://plus.google.com/109818509630274439920 HacktheMoon : A perigee moon, also known as a supermoon, rises above the Orthodox Church in the town of Novogrudok...
A perigee moon, also known as a supermoon, rises above the Orthodox Church in the town of Novogrudok, 93 miles west of the capital Minsk, Belarus, Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The supermoon happens when moon is full and makes it closest approach to Earth in her orbit.

Both a supermoon and a lunar eclipse will be visible above the Americas later this month. #LunarSelfie
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https://plus.google.com/106926002434886060706 Spaceflight101 : Atlas V puts on a Show, successfully lofts fourth MUOS Satellite A United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551...
Atlas V puts on a Show, successfully lofts fourth MUOS Satellite

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket thundered into the early morning skies over Florida's Space Coast on Wednesday, departing Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for a long mission to deliver the fourth MUOS satellite to orbit for the Multi-User Objective System. Liftoff from Space Launch Complex 41 took place at 10:18 UTC, marking the start of a three-hour ascent mission, aiming for a highly elliptical Geostationary Transfer Orbit.

Sporting five Solid Rocket Boosters, the 551 version of the Atlas V is the most powerful variant of the launcher currently in operation. Firing up its RD-180 Core Stage engine and the five boosters, Atlas V quickly jumped off its pad and shot skyward, completing a vertical ascent of just a few seconds before swinging to the south-east to depart the space coast. The five boosters operated for a little over 90 seconds and cleanly separated from the 62-meter tall rocket that continued onwards powered by the RD-180 alone - putting on a spectacular show in the skies over the space coast. The first stage finished its job four and a half minutes after launch, handing off to the trusted Centaur upper stage that was tasked with three engine burns.

The first burn was nearly eight minutes in duration and successfully inserted the vehicle into a Low Earth Parking Orbit. The next burn was almost 6 minutes in duration and boosted the high point of the orbit to set up for a long coast phase of two and a half hours so that the third burn could serve as a combined perigee & apogee raising maneuver, achieving a Geostationary Transfer Orbit with increased perigee. Spacecraft separation was successfully carried out 2 hours and 53 minutes after liftoff with confirmation of mission success provided shortly thereafter.
Atlas V - MUOS 4 Launch Updates
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket thundered into the early morning skies over Florida's Space Coast on Wednesday, departing Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for a long mission to deliver...
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https://plus.google.com/111674805598641092834 Aman Goel : GSLV D6 / GSAT 6 Mission Update Sep 01, 2015: GSAT-6 orbit after third orbit raising - After the third...
GSLV D6 / GSAT 6 Mission Update Sep 01, 2015:

GSAT-6 orbit after third orbit raising - After the third orbit raising operation of GSAT-6, realised orbit is: perigee height - 35634 km, apogee height - 35681 km, inclination 1.17 degree. Present longitude is 78 deg & satellite is drifting towards station of 83 degree.
GSAT-6 orbit after third orbit raising - ISRO
After the third orbit raising operation of GSAT-6, realised orbit is: perigee height - 35634 km, apogee height - 35681 km, inclination 1.17 degree. Present longitude is 78 deg & satellite is drifting towards station of 83 degree.
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https://plus.google.com/100304866366724405220 Lyndhurst-Hill Weather station : ** Sunset is at: 17:36 Moonrise is at: 17:24 ** Find us on http://mydayboro.com/brisbane-premier-limo...
** Sunset is at: 17:36 Moonrise is at: 17:24 ** Find us on http://mydayboro.com/brisbane-premier-limo-taxi-service.html
*INFO MOONMESSAG*
Sunset is at: 17:36 Moonrise is at: 17:24

Moon data:
Rises is at: 17:24
Age since last full moon : Moon age: 18 days,21 hours,42 minutes,82%
Phase name : Waning Gibbous Moon

Next new (full) moon is on : 06:42 UTC 13 September 2015

Moon Dates:
March equinox date : val_autumn
June solstice date : val_winter
September equinox date : val_spring
December solstice date : val_summer
Next perihel date : val_perihel
Next aphel date : val_aphel
Next perigee date : val_perigee
Next apogee date : val_apogee
Next moon eclipse : val_mooneclipse typ_mooneclipse

Calculations based upon latitude : -27:11:80 and longitude -152:50:40

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https://plus.google.com/115599213288354098721 Samit Raiyan : The first #SUPERMOON of 2015 rose over Sydney Harbour Bridge on August 29, 2015. It is also called the...
The first #SUPERMOON of 2015 rose over Sydney Harbour Bridge on August 29, 2015. It is also called the perigee moon, meaning the moon is as close to the Earth in its orbit, at this point the moon will appear to be bigger and brighter. 
#ILoveSydney #SydneyLocal #Sydney #Australia #SydneyHarbourBridge   #Fullmoon  
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https://plus.google.com/115162910886887280089 Sarah Bidek : How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this...
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on September 28th, with the final total lunar eclipse of the ongoing…
Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on Septembe...
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https://plus.google.com/104880342407749621862 Samantha Pearl : How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this...
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on September 28th, with the final total lunar eclipse of the ongoing…
Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on Septembe...
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https://plus.google.com/114621134384721997436 Angelia Burch : How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this...
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on September 28th, with the final total lunar eclipse of the ongoing…
Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on Septembe...
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https://plus.google.com/112874614434591229992 leslie rene' loudella merrill, finucan : Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend - The first Quarter Moon approaches Aldebaran (left) earlier...
Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend - The first Quarter Moon approaches Aldebaran (left) earlier this year. Image credit and copyright: Chris Lyons How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on September 28th, with the final total lunar eclipse of the ongoing tetrad to boot. Keep an eye on Luna this week, as it crosses into the early AM sky ...
Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on Septembe...
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https://plus.google.com/112927585153904682755 Inetta Bullock : Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend - The first Quarter Moon approaches Aldebaran (left) earlier...
Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend - The first Quarter Moon approaches Aldebaran (left) earlier this year. Image credit and copyright: Chris Lyons How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on September 28th, with the final total lunar eclipse of the ongoing tetrad to boot. Keep an eye on Luna this week, as it crosses into the early AM sky ...
Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on Septembe...
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https://plus.google.com/104575587957252080559 Raghavendra Mudugal : GSLV D6 / GSAT 6 Mission Update Sep 01, 2015: GSAT-6 orbit after third orbit raising - After the third...
GSLV D6 / GSAT 6 Mission Update Sep 01, 2015:

GSAT-6 orbit after third orbit raising - After the third orbit raising operation of GSAT-6, realised orbit is: perigee height - 35634 km, apogee height - 35681 km, inclination 1.17 degree. Present longitude is 78 deg & satellite is drifting towards station of 83 degree.
GSAT-6 orbit after third orbit raising - ISRO
After the third orbit raising operation of GSAT-6, realised orbit is: perigee height - 35634 km, apogee height - 35681 km, inclination 1.17 degree. Present longitude is 78 deg & satellite is drifting towards station of 83 degree.
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https://plus.google.com/100076143761845809120 jonimarie blanco : How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this...
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on September 28th, with the final total lunar eclipse of the ongoing…
Watch the Moon Occult Aldebaran This Weekend
How about that perigee Full Moon this past weekend? Thus begins ‘Supermoon season’ for 2015, as this month’s Full Moon occurs even closer to perigee — less than an hour apart, in fact — on Septembe...
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