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Full Moon Against Earth’s Limb June 28, 2006

Posted by jtintle in Earth, International Space Station, Moon, NASA, Planets, Space Agencies, Space Fotos, Spacecraft.
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Full Moon
ISS012-E-19253 (12 Feb. 2006) — A full moon is visible in this view above Earth’s horizon and airglow, photographed by an Expedition 12 crewmember on the International Space Station.

Image Credit: NASA

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1. Jamas Brooke - August 15, 2007

Question; Will Mars appear as large as the Moon in August 27th this month because it will be as close as 34 Million Miles?

2. Jamas Brooke - August 15, 2007

Question; Will Mars appear as large as the Moon August 27th this month because it will be as close as 34 Million Miles?


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