Photo-a-Day (Saturday, 2nd June, 2018)
Photo: John Barton (Fujifilm X-H1)
Excellent shot John ,I was watching it the same night with 20-50 binocs,
traveling at approx 18000mph,well done.
Now that is different!
What a brilliant shot,beautiful and at the same time very dramatic.
Terrific shot, John.
It really is a large, bright object in the night sky. Wouldn't it be great to be on it...!!
All kinds of things going on in the night sky that most of us are unaware of! The moon looks like a giant star - it's a great photo!
The Moon IS a giant Star.
Thanks for your encouraging photo John.
I have Spot the Station on my list of Favourites, but haven't given the ISS's journey much attention this year.
I'd previously latched-on to the 'Station, WSW, - just to the right of Stephanie's chimney pot -, and then watched it brighten up as it glided towards the direction of The Simms Road Inn in Garswood - my use of WSW now looking smart.
Alan,the Moon is a satellite,even the Sun is just a tiny star.a great shot John.
What the MOON is SKY SATELLITE ?
Read up on the Moon on Google Alan - its a natural satellite.
Taxi for Alan.....or a book on astronomy.
Alan, the Moon is a natural satellite of the Earth. You can use the internet, so educate yourself while appreciating this splendid photo!
Whaaaat ?...... , the moon is a sky satellite?.............enough said....' I suspect'.
Go home Alan you're drunk!
Fly Alan to the moon
Let him play amongst the stars,
Let him see what Spring is like
On Jupiter and Mars...in other words
Keep him there.. In other Worlds.....! ;0))
Fab shot John!
The Moons a star, Alan? If it were, we would all be instantly cooked to a crisp. In fact... we would never have existed in the first place!