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aWac9

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Supermoon
« on: November 05, 2016, 06:18:26 pm »

It was in January 1948 when some saw a huge moon, occurred because he was exceptionally much closer to the earth, making an elliptical orbit that makes the reflection of sunlight is larger and brighter, known as superluna or moon perigee .

usually superlunas be many, but we will have this November, 14th will be after 70 years is to awaken a greater sense in a time approx. 2 hours, this event will not occur until November 25, 2034.
if it is cloudy, you can try with outerra .... see you see ???


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Re: Supermoon
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2017, 02:58:19 am »

OT curiosities
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We know that there is an error of representation of the rivers and roads in Outerra ,,, not much distance, but above all you can see too much in the rivers. We have all seen the rivers between two mountains, and we see that the natural cause of water is not correct and we can find rivers in the middle of mountains rising or falling, we do not know very well, those errors, which will surely be corrected in the future , Compensates with the opportunity to see rivers and lakes in Outerra, and is grateful.
Another thing is to calculate the error in the position of the stars. For this we had to have a reference, and although we can have Outerra when we want to use the almanac (F2), it was last August 21 when there was a total eclipse. We knew the path where it would be total and only needed to check how it would look in outerra.
It is assumed that the total eclipse could be seen among other cities in Charleston (USA) but in OT only a partial eclipse (Tropic of Cancer) is seen. We should move to Ecuador to see the Total eclipse, is a considerable distance, but bearable.
This is the difference. (More pronounced in latitude than in length).

0ºN – 78ºW – Islas Galápagos
32ºN-72ºW Charlestón

eclipse EEUU by , en Flickr

eclipse Total by , en Flickr



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