Hello again audience, anther late blog because I have only just recovered from last night! I wanted to start off with a quote from the program six feet under which I thought was really amazing "It may not always be easy, it may not always be fun, But it is always worth it." I have 2 pictures for today's blog, the first one if a picture of me and my partner, I love this picture and thought I would share it, The second picture was requested by someone who I sadly cant name :( The picture is my attempted at getting a good photo of the beautiful moon last night! I took a lot but this is the only 1 that was even half decent to show you. I hope everyone is enjoying their lazy Sunday! Hope to see you again tomorrow!
I thought it would be a good idea to explain what was going on last night with the moon in today's random facts. Today's info comes from
Now some random facts!
The moon was only 3,56,577 km away. The phenomenon occurred in 1955, 1974, 1992 and 2005.
Full moons coinciding with the moon's closest point to the earth in fact happen after every one year, one month and 18 days when it is about 3,63,104 km from the earth, Mr. Devgun said. “This is because the moon's orbit is an ellipse, with one side 50,000 km closer to the earth than the other. In astronomy, the two extremes are called ‘apogee' [far away] and ‘perigee' [nearby].”