Here’s the Last Moon of 2014

The waxing gibbous Moon at dusk on Dec. 31, 2014.

The waxing gibbous Moon at dusk on Dec. 31, 2014.

Here’s the last Moon of 2014 and she’s a beauty! I love the light on the mountainous rim of Sinus Iridum along the northern terminator, the remains of a 3.7-billion-year-old lava-filled crater aka the “Bay of Rainbows.” Thanks to all of my readers and fans for following along throughout 2014, and here’s to yet another exciting space-filled year ahead. Happy New Year!

Want to find out what my favorite space stories for each month in 2014 were? Click here.

Image credit: Jason Major


About Jason Major

Jason is a Rhode Island-based graphic designer, photographer, nature lover, space exploration fanatic, and coffee addict. In no particular order.

Posted on December 31, 2014, in The Moon and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. First of all congratulations for your blog which is really interesting and nice. I am from Italy and I have a blog in which I wrote about space too. I’ve just decided to start a new “page” and start writing articles in english too. Would you like to create a partnership between our blogs and try to grow up together? If you want to check mine it out, my link is here:
    Let me know and happy new year


  2. Beautiful blog glad I found you


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