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Monday, October 13, 2008

The Great Pumpkin

The moon will officially be full tomorrow the 14th. However, it looked close to full as it set this morning over our airport cam at BWI Marshall just before 6am. This first pictures was taken at 5:43am- when I found it by chance. Just 4 minutes later, it was already slipping below the western horizon. A full moon is thought to have a wide range of impacts. In addition to tidal swings, teachers will say the kids act wild on a full moon, and a growing field of research on the connection with the lunar cycle and earthquakes. In fact there was a large 6.1 magnitude earthquake this weekend in the US Virgin Islands and Porto Rico. Add to the mix, Wild fires in Southern California, and up to a foot of snow in the mountains of Utah and Montana

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