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Why does the Moon seem larger when it is close to the horizon? [duplicate]
I've noticed that when I look into the sky at night, sometimes the moon appears very large near the horizon. Sometimes it also looks like it has a yellow tint. Is this the light rays bouncing off ...
Sep 26 '13 at 10:55
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