A New Hypothesis and its Verification Explaining Exaggeration of Horizon Moon
We suggested a new explanation that miss-understanding of distance to the horizon moon causes inappropriate compensation of size recognition of the moon.
The validity of our new hypothesis was checked by our simulated observation of a moon. Exaggeration of a moon image was observed by our simulation to look at a moon through a deep corridor as a projected image on a screen. The deeper was the corridor, the larger moon was observed. The observed results were as our hypothesis had predicted; our hypothesis was agreed by our experimental results.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 January 2010
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