February 99 percent full moon | Angela A Stanton

Photographer
Angela A Stanton
Email
angela@stantonphotostudios.com
Location of photo
Anaheim, CA
Date/Time of photo
Febr. 26 2013 at about 7:40 pm
Equipment
Canon 5D Mark III with Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II and a Canon 2x converter on trypod
Description
I have taken many moon photos--this picture is not for its high quality, which it doesn't have with tree branches in the way but because on the lower quadrant now there is a very shiny object and I am wondering what that it. I have photos of the moon from other times and I can always see a little bit of one white spot there but now there is something new. I wonder if it was hit by a meteor or if a satellite crashed and its solar panels are shining back in pieces.. just wondering
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