If you are into stargazing and moon observing, our chart may be useful! At the beginning and the end of October, the moon would be the fullest. If you have a telescope, you can see all the crates on the earth facing side of the moon. It is hard to describe in words but we assure you the magnificent experience. Between 16-18th, the moon would be the dimmest, and this is the perfect time for stargazing as there is less light pollution from the big shiny moon. By @data_iceberg

If you are into stargazing and moon observing, our chart may be useful! At the beginning and the end of October, the moon would be the fullest. If you have a telescope, you can see all the crates on the earth facing side of the moon. It is hard to describe in words but we assure you the magnificent experience. Between 16-18th, the moon would be the dimmest, and this is the perfect time for stargazing as there is less light pollution from the big shiny moon. By @data_iceberg
London, United KingdomAn interesting fact about the moon: the illumination of the moon changes overnight and sometimes it is so obvious that you can see it with you bare eyes. The phase change of the moon is the fastest during half-moon. Next time if you need to stay up all night, try to take before and after photos!#datavisualization #dataviz #datascience #dataanalytics #dataisbeautiful #datastorytelling #graph #diagram #statistics #statistician #datascientist #bigdata #analysis #math #maths #infographic #infographics #moon #moonphases #stargazing #astrophotography #space #lunar #astronomy #universe #cosmos #stars #nightsky #physics #astro

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