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  1. The super moon is one of my pet hates, Helen.
    A completely modern construct of the media this past very few years, it is a bizarre nonsense. Nobody can notice the small difference in size and brightness, and everybody tries to look at the moon at the worst time to do just that. Washed out, blindingly bright, detail is at a minimum. The best times for me are seven days before and after full moon, with mountain peaks and crater shadows very clearly visible.
    However, the full moon does evoke that primal non-scientific feeling of wonder. The light in the sky that stirs the blood and the soul.
    It’s super every month.


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