As if there were two suns in the sky of Colorado

Yesterday, December 3, 2017, a Supermoon trilogy has started with 3 supermoons in a row – Dec. 3rd, Jan. 1st and finally Jan. 31st. The latest is a Super ‘Blue Moon’ tinted in red because it will also feature a total lunar eclipse. And something incredible occurred in the sky over Colorado: The Supermoon superimposed with the sun, AS IF THERE WERE SUDDENLY TWO SUNS IN THE SKY. Or were there really two suns in the sky? You decide:

Here some pictures of the crazy sky phenomenon:

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The rising supermoon over the setting sun in Colorado. via video
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Or are there two suns in our sky? via video
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The supermoon was so big that it almost looked like the sun. via video

This video isn’t a montage! A moon rising above the sun is possible – especially in the tropics – and depends on the direction of the moon orbit inclination.

Is this Nibiru coming? Or simply yesterday’s supermoon above the sun?

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Quote from above: “The rising Supermoon over the setting sun in Colorado.” REALLY?!!!
    Since when does the Moon rise in the west?

  2. The only reson I looked up sky phenomenon was because I saw what I clearly perceived as two stars in Pennsylvania yesterday at 5 pm a couple hours before the moon rose, I was too mesmerized to even think to take a picture I honestly thought that something insane wwas3 about to happen but who knows.. Lol well maybe the stars do. Maybe every sun is not a star.

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