“Proposal Over Super Moon”

Nikunj Rawal
Location of photo
Jamnagar India
Date/Time of photo
24th Nov 2016 at 07:00 pm
Canon 1100D Camera with Tamron 600mm lens on a fixed tripod
“Proposal Over SuperMoon” SuperMoon of 14th November 2016, was 14% bigger and 30% brighter than the ordinary full moons. This much closest distance of 3.56 lakh km were last occurred in 1948, until next will be in 2034. Reason behind the Super Moon is elliptical orbit of our Moon which varies about 50,000 km in oval shape. 3 shot TimeLapse using 600 mm lens | Modpar – Jamnagar India
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Nikunj Rawal

About Nikunj Rawal

Astronomer and Astrophotographer, Nikunj Rawal is an experienced Instrumentation Engineer by profession. He is an Amateur Astronomer from his childhood with astronomy his strongest passion. In 2009, he decided to capture the beauty of night-sky through camera and telescope, till then he has been travelling to various dark-night places in weekends and shoots the celestial bodies. He has his own 8" SkyWatcher Dobsonian SYNC GOTO Telescope, through which he observes and makes records of various celestial bodies. Along with Astrophotography, he also shoots whatever he likes to shoot with photographic vision.
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