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Gotta love the name - seems pretty unlikely the lunar eclipse can actually live up to such a bad-ass name, but I hop it proves me wrong. Anyway, here is a picture of the moonrise at dusk, pre-super blood wolfy, which was already pretty cool.
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I'm jealous of your clear sky - we were hoping, but it doesn't appear to be clearing enough to see the eclipse.
 
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It's 60% covered right now...
 
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The sky cleared! I can see the moon's about 85% covered now.
 
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It really was pretty impressive!  I will admit that it was worthy of its name. I couldn’t get a decent picture of the eclipse, but here is a picture of the moon setting through the trees this morning just now.  
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What I 'captured' with the cell phone zoomed in and flash went off.
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We managed to spot it though breaks in the clouds. I also managed to get pictures...not that they are very good. I had no real zoom and I'm not good at holding still!
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Those pics look really cool, Michael and  Nicole!  
 
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Nice looks from our yard - almost straight up!

 
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Lovely picture Phil!
 
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