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PS - You ought to look into the Earthshine - it is faint full Moon lighting. William Herschel observed Aristarchus in Earth shine and reported it as a volcanic eruption!
 
PS - You ought to look into the Earthshine - it is faint full Moon lighting. William Herschel observed Aristarchus in Earth shine and reported it as a volcanic eruption!
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== Dave Regan said ... ==
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<comment date="2015-02-06T19:42:39Z" name="Dave Regan" signature="[[User:Regan|Regan]] ([[User talk:Regan|talk]])">
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Test
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--Starsplitter (talk) 03:49, 6 February 2015 (PST) (from signature with time stamp. Second button from right on edit page.) Interesting image I've never tried to see features in the earth shine part of the Moon. I'll have to try that.- Ron

--Starsplitter (talk) 04:01, 6 February 2015 (PST)The signature/time thingy shows PST but I entered CST in preferences/appearance section. Ron

Chuck here: I tried using the comment form at the bottom of the LPOD but got a message that that LPOD was not accepting comments - don't know why - will ask Dave, the great programmer.

PS - You ought to look into the Earthshine - it is faint full Moon lighting. William Herschel observed Aristarchus in Earth shine and reported it as a volcanic eruption!

Dave Regan said ...

6 February 2015

Test

--Regan (talk)