Saturday, September 24, 2011

Another New SUPER Moon 9/27

Just as Full and New Moons are common, so are Super Moons in the normal transit of the moon around our planet. It has been calculate that super moons
occur as often as several times a year so there is no need to become over
concerned or dramatic about them.It's simply a time when the moon in it's oval shaped orbit comes closest to the earth. This of course effects the tides
as it always does, but often during the super moon the gravitational pull will
create an extra pull causing an earthquake and this most likely is due to the placement of other planets and their effect on gravity in the far reaching
atmosphere of space. We are yet babes in the school of astronomy so we do
not have all the precise answers. We are going to encounter a Super Moon
again on September 27th and October 26th 2011 at the New Moon. We can
only surmise the one in October may have a greater effect if the comet Elanin
continues it's orbital approach closer to Earth. However, it has been seen that
this comet is not as bright and assumed therefore to be breaking up which is
what is very common as they approach the power of the gravitational pull from Earth.It really is a matter of which is creating the greater effect from it's action ~~ the comet in it's orbit or Earth Moon and the other planets in our solar system. This particular time we have an conjunction of many planets in one sign with may help tip the scales for Mother Earth to make her own physical changes as we make ours within..Myself I'll bet on the long standing solar system rather than this out of the ordinary new guy that is one of many comets none of which has ever outweighed our solar systems natural action. The Super Moon is a perigee-syzygy, a new or full moon (syzygy) which occurs when the Moon is at 90% or greater of its mean closest approach to Earth (perigee) when moon earth sun are aliened.
Super Moon Chart for the century showing how common they are:

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