jueves, 23 de septiembre de 2010
Not only is the autumnal equinox here but this time, nearly after 20 years, the phenomenon has coincided with the harvest moon.
In a rare treat to the sky gazers, the full moon adorned the night sky six hours after the fall equinox.
Not only the sky watchers saw the 'wine moon' ushering the equinox, they also witnessed Jupiter shining bright, commemorating the onset of autumn.
A harvest moon during equinox is a rarity. It last happened on Sept. 23, 1991, and the next will not been seen again before 2029.
La Tercera Madre
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