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Moon Atmosphere Outlined

If the Moon exhibits an edge outline it must be due to ‘Atmospheric Refraction’ causing ‘Light Dispersion’ along is edge in direct sunlight. This could be due to glass or silicon in the soil and particles in the ‘thin’ atmosphere.

Please watch my video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kt6h02SHfdE

I have prepared a collection of comparative examples of what I consider a strange outline surrounding the waxing and full Sturgeon (or Red) Moon during July and August 2009. I specifically show: night glow, daylight, day humidity and haze, night soft-glow, twilight, full phase, juxtaposed and veiled outlines.

I understand light theory which states “All edges attract or reflect the most light.” I seek to understand why there is a contrasting ‘outline’ surrounding the Lunar body regardless of time of day or night, varying weather conditions or degree of reflected light particles.

My conclusion is that the ‘negligible’ Lunar atmosphere is observable to a degree depending on time/space parameters. I also believe that a waxing Moon is best observed between sunrise and noon and a waning Moon from sunset through twilight.. altho waxing has a slight advantage with less charged particles in the Earth’s atmosphere (early morning is cooler).

* “Refraction is slightly different for different colors of light. Dispersion is a property of all transparent materials. Only in special situations is the dispersion of air visible to the naked eye.”

Please read this about Atmospheric Refraction and Light Dispersion..
http://mintaka.sdsu.edu/GF/explain/optics/disp.html

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Earth vs Moon vs Sun

It’s remarkable that here on Planet Earth the Moon and Sun dance in the sky with such an inverse proportion.

During the day the Sun is seen as a bright disk about the size of a quarter passing through the sky along daily variable arcs.

At night the Moon is seen as a bright disk about the same size of the Sun passing through the sky along nightly variable arcs.

The fact that Humans on Earth witness such a symmetrical pattern from day to night, year after year seems almost too perfect. Of course the Sun and Moon are completely different sizes and distances and yet we are lucky to see them as almost equals and opposites.

Imagine if the Sun were larger or smaller compared to the Moon.
Imagine if the Sun and Moon rotated with out-of-sync orbits.

How might Humans have structured their religions with rather more unique Godly characters?

When faced with the observable heavenly clockwork patterns coincidence seems less likely and source of intention comes more into question.

Please enjoy this fun video I made about the Moon 🙂
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7hWE1NxnbU

*Yes, sometimes you do see the Moon out while the Sun is still the reigning God during the day (but never the other way round) .. but then again if the Sun were less powerful, Humans on Earth might observe other celestial objects normally hidden under the thin veil of the wavelength of Solar radiation.