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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