Please note that photos included in this June, 2013 Daily Mail article show the face of the Full Moon rotating greater than 7.7 Degrees. A part of the face points to 7 o'clock over NYC and then to 4 o'clock over NJ, virtually at the same location. This is a 90% turn presumably during the same time period!

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Comment by KM on April 8, 2012 at 1:30am

The media is now saying the moon being 'pink' is normal.

Stunning 'pink moon' marks arrival of Easter and Passover as beautiful sight dominates the New York skyline

The April full moon, heralding the coming of spring, is often known as the 'pink moon', named for the moss pink flower which appears at this time of year.

And much of the U.S. enjoyed a clear night on Friday, allowing for a beautiful view of the glowing orb suspended in the sky.

This year, the pink moon coincides with the Easter weekend and the start of Passover, the most sacred times in the Christian and Jewish calendar.

One particularly spectacular view of the moon came over New York, as the natural phenomenon even managed to outshine the city's famous skyscrapers.

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Comment by Planet Twelve on March 9, 2012 at 12:59pm

Last night I went to bed late, like 4am. Just before retiring I walked out to the back yard to look at the sky, as I do. As I peered skyward  at about azimuth 280 and maybe 30 degrees high  there sat a very bright, almost full moon. Just a sliver missing.

I've mentioned this before on here but when I was a kid, I would look at the Moon and imagine a Rabbit on the moon face with two big ears sticking up clear as day. Still do.  Watching from the antipodes as I am, I see an upside down picture to that which is viewed by northern hemispherians, who reportedly see a face. If you think of the Moon as a clock face, then the "ears" I've always seen, and used to show my son when he was little, always pointed somewhere between 11 and 12'o'clock.  Of late, since the Bully started bullying, they would get down on occasion to maybe 9:30.

Anyhow, last night I saw something I have never seen before. Those "ears" were pointing downwards! Around the 8:30 mark!! Like that rabbit was a jet coming in for a landing!! A tilt of the Moon face of over 90 degrees!!

The scientists would say such is impossible. We know different, as PX is in town.

I tell you I will never forget how that Moon looked last night.

Comment by Planet Twelve on February 26, 2012 at 4:38pm

@Sean Cooney

That is a ridiculous premise as the Moon can "flick" neither on or off. Having no light source, it merely is reflecting light coming its way, whether from the Sun or sometimes PX. Proof of the wobble is everywhere,  though not there.

Comment by Janis Langdon on February 24, 2012 at 7:12am does show tonight's moon with its "creepy smile."  Is it just supposed to be that way?  I check  that site regularly, and they don't always show "how it's supposed to be" with how it really is.

Comment by Corey Young on February 24, 2012 at 2:55am
Once again tonight in Calgary, just a sliver of the moon showing itself like some sort of creepy smile on a dark sky. Definitely should not be like that (just a sliver of a moon illuminated from the bottom).
Comment by Eleanor Hjemmet on January 31, 2012 at 2:29pm

It's been in the boat mode as it lowers every night for... several days, a week?  You are right,  Rae Ann, pretty often.

Comment by Eleanor Hjemmet on January 28, 2012 at 7:59am

Boat moon again tonight 1/27/12 in east TN mountains.

Comment by Jim H. on January 21, 2012 at 5:47am


On December 28, 2011 I flew to Los Angeles, California.

I was on the second floor of the Super 8 hotel next to LAX when I took these photos of the moon.





Comment by Caryn D on January 2, 2012 at 4:04am

I've seen the boat moon for the last several nights, too, from Cincinnati and Toledo, Ohio. Last night< New Years Eve, it sunk quickly, too, we thought. A wild end to 2011 and start to 2012! How many people noticed, I wonder...

Comment by Eleanor Hjemmet on December 30, 2011 at 4:24am

Tonight at 7 pm on my way to banjo class the moon was a sliver illuminated from the side.  I left class around 9:30 and it is a "boat moon" again, illuminated from the bottom.  Wobble, eh?



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