zArk Posted August 27, 2020 Share Posted August 27, 2020 (edited) 32 minutes ago, Carlos said: Well duh. Not only that but the Moon has zero sunshine on it and there is atmospheric scattering. A day before the new Moon one photographer managed to capture the barest sliver of the crescent Moon - I shan't post it - your stock defence is to claim some sort of bollocks about everything being fake. atmospheric scattering of the moon or the earth?? the sun is the same sun as usual aint it and the moon is the same moon as the previous day and the next day?? you dont accept that the moon pre and post eclipse that day should at the very least have a corona and/or appear as a dark disc ???? the suggestion that during a couple of degree movement in the sky the moon suddenly becomes pitch black as it crosses the rim of the sun but prior to that and after that shows absolutely no shade fade to pitch black during the day of the eclipse where are pictures of the moon? its impossible that across the entire sky during approach or departure there is no picture or observation of the moon unless the moon is at a different height to the sun and/or its not the moon causing the eclipse and/or the moon and sun are refracted images Edited August 27, 2020 by zArk Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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