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   Moon Dogs - New Mexico 

Paraselene in wispy cirrus. The Moon had recently risen when Walter Brisken saw this moondog at 1930 - 2000 on November 2, 2001 at Socorro, New Mexico. The bright star below the Moon is Aldebaran in Taurus and the Pleiades are above. ©Walter Brisken, reproduced with permission.