An epic ring around the moon over Canberra tonight

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The sky over Canberra tonight has been graced by a massive and magical ring around the moon.

Normally they’re caused by hexagonal ice crystals in the upper atmosphere and are sometimes called a 22° halo.

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UPDATE: Ari Rex has sent in a rather better effort.


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  1. feb 28/15 live in taylor, bc no pic to much fog.
    but could see very plainly moon and ring way brighter

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