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 James of Idaho on August 28, 2013 at 2:54pm

These pictures were taken at  Idaho Falls, Idaho at ( 43,4917 degrees N,  112.0325 degrees W)  The night picture was taken on Aug. 28th 2013 at 5:oo a.m. directly overhead.  The second photo taken on the 27th of Aug. 2013  at 9.30 a.m. looking west.   You will see in the day photo that Aristarcus and Copernicus are at the twelve position and in the night picture they are at the 9 position.

Comment by Merrilee Daniels on August 24, 2013 at 9:37am

It is 3:23 here in central New England. The moon is over the house. Normally it would have passed over the horizon at least an hour ago.  So it may be leaving my visibility about the time the sun comes up. All  summer I have been feeling the physical effects of the wobble, too.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on August 21, 2013 at 2:08pm

Alberto notes "another wrong position of moon yesterday night..according Koyomi station" The Moon was found at Azimuth 142, but per Skymap should have been at Azimuth 111 as viewed from Italy on 8/20 at 20:13. The Moon is stuss WAY too far SOUTH at this time.

Comment by Yvonne Lawson on August 20, 2013 at 10:35pm

Moon 20th August 2013

20.55hrs (BST)


Location of where photgraph was taken

Nancy's Comment: Yvonne reports this was at Azimuth 100, but per Skymap it should have been at Azimuth 120 - a full 20 degrees further South. This Moon is way too far North!

Comment by Gerard Zwaan on August 19, 2013 at 10:58am

Great analysis of the extreme Orbit of the Moon lately. It has gotten worse! This is documentation, not theory. This video is recommended.


Comment by Nancy Lieder on August 16, 2013 at 11:22am

A FaceBook notation, the Moon was still in the sky 1 hour 6 minutes past Moonset! A combination of the Earth wobble and the Moon's tilted orbit would accomplish this.

Comment by Ragu Kumar Verma on July 31, 2013 at 9:03pm

I took these pictures because I felt that moon face is different. These pictures were taken at different time.

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OK guys, time to get specific on time. "Different times" can mean every 5 minutes or every 3 hours. This is a LONG settled issue which you seem to be taking exception with. Why is that? In 2004, here are the techniques and reports. Note they even include the latitude of the reporter:

I am deleted all the photos Ragu posted to support his assertion, which fits in line with all the evidence this past decade, and all the photos William Tingley posted to counter, which proves nothing from what I can see. Straighten up and go right.

Comment by James of Idaho on July 30, 2013 at 9:26pm

Welcome to the ning Ragu.  These are very nice pictures you have.  Wait until you see the cresent moon in a boat shape.  People seem to think it normal.  Following picture is what the moon phases look like.  No boats there.   Anyways welcome aboard Ragu.Nancy's Comment: This Moon chart shows all the boat shapes like they stand on edge, but in reality, with a planetarium program, they lie on their back, hover overhead, etc. Moon charts don't show that. Everytime I've checked because a discussion about a laid back Moon was ongoing, I've found that Moon looks just like it should. Skymap is not expensive. Stellarium might also show the position correctly. Its free on the web.

Comment by Ragu Kumar Verma on July 30, 2013 at 6:13pm

These pictures are old taken at 6pm and 2am. Feel like sharing them.
From now I will be watching regularly and use time lapsing mode.

Comment by Kojima on July 25, 2013 at 1:01pm

Thank you, Alberto.

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