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Fwd: Dec 22 Moon

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Hi Jerry,
>I hate to burst your "moon bubble" but I discovered that the 12/22 full
>moon will
>not appear any brighter to the naked eye due to the very high orbit of the
>moon in
>the winter.  There are some other celestial things going on in January
>which will
>cause a much brighter moon in January, 2000.
>I've learned these "email legends" need confirmation.  First, I looked on the
>web, then when I could find no corroboration I asked an expert--the staff
>at the Science Museum.
>Now, I see the news media too has not checked this out before reporting it.
It was a good story anyway,


John Homme
10005 32th Ave N
Plymouth, MN 55441

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