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    Wowed by this. My taken photos of Supermoon is not this huge.

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    Wowed by this. My taken photos of Supermoon is not this huge

  • Pi2infinity

    #8 is faked. The moon isn’t oriented correctly. Compare Mare Crisium (the single circular dark spot closest to what appears to be the “top” of the moon) in all the other photos with a horizon to the moon in #8. Notice that the dark spot is now on the left, facing the bridge.

    Whoever tried to pass this off as an authentic photo didn’t do their research– “north” and “south” on celestial bodies tend to line up approximately with the horizon when viewed from a spot on Earth not near the poles. The moon in #8 comes from a photo whose author had the common sense to rotate the image of the moon to have its north pointing up. Again, this is not how the moon normally appears close to a horizon when it is setting or rising.

    FAIL.