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9. Going back, after the full eclipse, the Moon's light is first seen again over the object's upper right horizon.

- The Moon's light is fantastically changed.
- To the right, the view is of a fantastic valley.
- It's as if the Moon's light is tipped away and spread wide and deep.
- You see an expansive valley with no real discernable valley floor at this early point.
- Instead of any sort of actual valley floor at this early point before the wave of the shadow has crossed over the object, a flat white cloud looking effect is seen every where in the area of the valley between the mountains.
- The entire scene is surrounded around it's perimeter with the Moon's seemingly piled up surface light forming the sight of many very uniform looking steep faced mountains.
A normal looking view off into the distance of a valley in a land area is seen.
Even the flat while clouds look natural.
- The view of the valley is oriented exactly the way you would expect a view of a valley to look. A very convincing valley look is seen as if some sort of new place. This is the sight that you will see to the right of the object once the Moon has seemingly risen.
- It is the Moon but this sight does not actually look at all like the Moon.

10. The rounded raised feature continues rolling forward and slowly sinking. From the viewer's perspective, the object's raised rounded main surface feature starts to develop into a rounded steep cliff. Gradually the smooth vertical cliff becomes an overhang.

11. Suddenly a very noticeable black spot appears under the newly formed overhang.
"The black spot of the shadow."
The Sun is located above and behind the viewer. It begins to cast a shadow under the newly developed overhang. - The black spot of the shadow grows.