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Few years ago I almost wanted to run away. Needed one for my wife, she had few simple requirements: Windows 7 (she tried Windows 10 and hated it, and it made my life harder as well), 1920x1080 screen, and few would-be really good options: non-glare display and back-lit keyboard. After some time managed to find one of last Dell Precision laptops ever made that matched all 4. Upgraded HDD to SSD, the rest was good enough as we got it. No problems with that laptop.
a.) At my place of residence (Switzerland) it is about 21:00.
b.) It is a more or less cloudless sky.
c.) The moon is clearly visible and ...
d.) ... around the moon a very uniform dark circle area (with a much much larger diameter than the visible moon) can be seen.
What is this phenomenon? Is this the halo?
Btw: You can see stars within this "dark" circle area, but also the stars in the sky outside it.
And yes, sorry: I'm not able to take a pic with my cheap handy
I think it is this. I received just a photo from a friend which looks very similar...
The only difference against the live view is, that I see the moon as a small spot and a very big _clean dark_ area around it. I think that is hard to reproduce by photography because of the light intensities...
Thank you very much
It does not solve my Problem, but it answers my question