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Here’s the Last Moon of 2014

31 Dec 2014, 22:40 UTC
Here’s the Last Moon of 2014
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Here’s the last Moon of 2014 and she’s a beauty! I love the light on the mountainous rim of Sinus Iridum along the northern terminator, the remains of a 3.7-billion-year-old lava-filled crater aka the “Bay of Rainbows.” Thanks to all of my readers and fans for following along throughout 2014, and here’s to yet another exciting […]

The waxing gibbous Moon at dusk on Dec. 31, 2014.
Here’s the last Moon of 2014 and she’s a beauty! I love the light on the mountainous rim of Sinus Iridum along the northern terminator, the remains of a 3.7-billion-year-old lava-filled crater aka the “Bay of Rainbows.” Thanks to all of my readers and fans for following along throughout 2014, and here’s to yet another exciting space-filled year ahead. Happy New Year!
Want to find out what my favorite space stories for each month in 2014 were? Click here.
Image credit: Jason Major Tagged: LITD, moon, new year, science, sinus iridum, space

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