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Topic: Moon Observations

Topic Posted by: Melissa Cheung
Date Posted: Mon Feb 15 5:09:06 US/Eastern 1999
Topic Description: Has keeping a Moon Journal helped you umderstand the Moon's behavior or has it made it seem more puzzling? Here's a chance for you to pose questions and share insights about your moon observations.

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Posted by: Donna Mackin ([email protected] )
Organization:Upper Township Schools
Date posted: Sat Mar 3 19:02:05 2001
Subject: moon color
One of the questions we had was in regard to the moon's color.Does it change for any particular reason? What does it mean when it is very yellow?


Subject: Moon color
Reply Posted by: Lai Lum ([email protected] )
Date Posted: Thu May 3 20:07:46 2001
For your moon colors it identified degrees of polution in you city air. This is part of air polution regulations and effects the measure of imittions in the air around your city area. That is how they can tell you if you should burn anything in chimneys or outside. Red is high polution and it has "blood red" almost toxic levels. yellowish orange is mid levels depending on how dark also level it is located at, lower moon more colors due to polution settling closer to ground when earth cools at night.

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