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Full Moon

Full Moon taken 27Aug2007, 90mm f/12 APO and Canon 20Da

Full Moon will occur today at 15:46HST.

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Young Moon

A very young moon over Waikoloa, this is only 26 hours after new, visible to the unaided eye as a sliver in the fading glow of sunset

New Moon will occur today at 15:30HST.

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Full Moon

Full Moon taken 27Aug2007, 90mm f/12 APO and Canon 20Da

Full Moon will occur today at 01:11HST.

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Young Moon

A very young moon over Waikoloa, this is only 26 hours after new, visible to the unaided eye as a sliver in the fading glow of sunset

New Moon will occur today at 00:29HST.

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Full Moon

Full Moon taken 27Aug2007, 90mm f/12 APO and Canon 20Da

Full Moon will occur today at 12:44HST.

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Young Moon

A very young moon over Waikoloa, this is only 26 hours after new, visible to the unaided eye as a sliver in the fading glow of sunset

New Moon will occur today at 07:47HST.

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Full Moon

Full Moon taken 27Aug2007, 90mm f/12 APO and Canon 20Da

Full Moon will occur today at 02:05HST.

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Young Moon

A very young moon over Waikoloa, this is only 26 hours after new, visible to the unaided eye as a sliver in the fading glow of sunset

New Moon will occur today at 14:06HST.

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Full Moon

Full Moon taken 27Aug2007, 90mm f/12 APO and Canon 20Da

Full Moon will occur today at 16:50HST.

This full moon is a perigee full Moon, with the moment of lunar perigee occurring at 15:46, about an hour away from full moon. This full Moon will be a bit larger and a bit brighter than an average full moon.

Along with perigee, a total lunar eclipse will occur with this full Moon. Observers on either side of the Atlantic, including western Europe and the eastern seaboard of North America will be able to see the entire eclipse. Observers in Hawaii will only be able to see the last moments of the penumbral eclipse, not significant and not visually observable.

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Young Moon

A very young moon over Waikoloa, this is only 26 hours after new, visible to the unaided eye as a sliver in the fading glow of sunset

New Moon will occur today at 20:41HST.

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