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Lunar Eclipse !

 
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Todays eclipse has begun . Anyone else watching ? 4am central time.
 
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got up for it! Raining here ! Big AL
 
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we are...not total yet.
 
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total now...so many trees it is hard to see well but it is a really clear sky...............
 
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Clear skies are fairly rare here. Tonights' is cloudless. The moon is still above the tree line. Great view. Total eclipse now.
 
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Next chance April 4, 2015 !
 
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now I think ours was a little later than I said, my vision is so blurry that I couldn't tell for sure...now I can't find it at all so I am not sure if it is just that low on the horizon or it is a total total eclipse............could you still see the light around the edges?
 
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The last half was obscured by the tree line here. Still worth getting up early for.
 
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I usually miss these things. I have gotten in on many sunrises, sunsets, meteor showers and full moons.
 
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