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If your eyes were sensitive enough, here’s how big the M31 galaxy in Andromeda would look next to the Moon. It’s our nearest galactic neighbor, but doesn’t give off enough surface light to be visible from down here on Earth with the unaided eye.
I’m not making this up, folks … these are Trufax™. Now go impress your friends!
I hope life on Earth is everything you remember it to be.
A Full Moon rising can be a dramatic celestial sight, and Full Moons can have many names. For example, tonight’s Full Moon, the one nearest the autumnal equinox in the northern hemisphere, is popularly called the Harvest Moon. According to lore the name is a fitting one because farmers could work late into the night at the end of the growing season harvesting crops by moonlight.
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Good night, Moon.