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Member # 1659
 - posted January 24, 2018 14:44
Get outside and view the Lunar eclipse Jan 31 space.com
Member # 123
 - posted January 24, 2018 15:07
You gotta get up early! [tired]

"In the USA, the best time to look is during the hours before sunrise. Western states are favored: The Moon makes first contact with the core of Earth's shadow at 3:48 am Pacific Time, kicking off the partial eclipse. Totality begins at 4:52 am PST as Earth's shadow engulfs the lunar disk for more than an hour. "Maximum orange" is expected around 5:30 am PST. Easternmost parts of the USA will miss totality altogether."

Member # 1659
 - posted January 24, 2018 21:03
If you are looking for celestial events it will not be high noon.
The Famous Druid
Member # 1769
 - posted January 31, 2018 08:56
The Sky Gods have not been kind to me recently, I've missed the last few notable celestial events due to heavy cloud, but they smiled on me tonight...
Member # 1659
 - posted January 31, 2018 11:13
Good to hear that last night good sky, this morning pea soup
Member # 780
 - posted January 31, 2018 20:39
Nice one, TFD!
The Famous Druid
Member # 1769
 - posted February 01, 2018 01:18
Newsflash: Flat Earth Society releases picture of last nights lunar eclipse!
Member # 123
 - posted February 01, 2018 14:37
Druid! NICE! and lol. [thumbsup]

I caught it peeking through the trees from my bedroom window... it looked like a great one but didn't have the energy to get outside.... Zzzzzzzzzzz

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