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have seen this a few times over a couple of months seen it last night never thought to photograph it :) think it's caused by ice crystals and the moonlight being split [refracted ] high up in the atmosphere

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There was a spectacular moon halo over us in Dorset tonight. Had wandered out in the hope of showing the Mrs Andromeda for the first time. Fat chance! By the time we rocked up at our dark sky site, the clear sky we left at home had well and truly gone. But, in it's place - Wow! A truly enormous halo. Still a beautiful sight!

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