2020年9月14日

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Corn Moon Rising
Image Credit & Copyright:
Zarcos Palma

Explanation: A rising moon can be a dramatic sight. A rising Full Corn Moon was captured early this month in time-lapse with a telephoto lens from nearly 30 kilometers away — making Earth’s ascending half-degree companion appear unusually impressive. The image was captured from Portugal, although much of the foreground — including lights from the village of Puebla de Guzmán — is in Spain. A Full Corn Moon is the name attributed to a full moon at this time of year by cultures of some northern indigenous peoples of the Americas, as it coincides with the ripening of corn. Note that the Moon does not appear larger when it is nearer the horizon — its seemingly larger size there is only an illusion. The next full moon — occurring at the beginning of next month — will be known as the Full Harvest Moon as it occurs nearest in time to the northern autumnal equinox and the northern field harvests.

Tomorrow’s picture: asteroid ejection


东升的玉米满月
影像提供与版权:
Zarcos Palma

说明: 明月东升有时是很动人的景观。这幅玉米满月东升的缩时影像,是在将近30公里之外,使用长焦镜头所拍摄,因此这颗视张角半度的地球卫星,看起来格外壮观。虽然包括普埃夫拉德古斯曼村的灯火在内之部分前景,都座落在西班牙,然而这幅影像其实是摄于葡萄牙境内。玉米满月之名,源自这轮满月出现时,美洲北部的原住民种植的玉米也正好成熟而得此名。影像中出现在地平线附近的明月并没有真的较大,只是因为视幻觉之故,而显得非常壮观。将出现在下月初的满月亦称为获月,因为它出现的时间点,最接近北半球作物开始收成的秋分

明日的图片: asteroid ejection

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