Moon Behind Schedule
- Three digital images were taken of the moon on three separate dates at 5:30 AM each day. The orange arrows denote the changes that occurred of the
light emitting from the sun. A comparison of these images was made against the table appearing in the Farmers Almanac for the month of October; Eastern
Standard Time. Please note that the table shows a full moon on the 13th and the actual image on that date matches the image shape on the 17th. It would
appear that this is visual evidence that we are slowing down since it took a whole week to replicate what should have taken three days.
- Pete, New Hampshire