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Thread: Lunar Eclipse -- Blood Moon Morning -- January 31

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    Senior Member CathyA's Avatar
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    Lucky you happystuff! Where are you located? Here in central Indiana it's overcast.

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    I saw some of it this morning when I took my son to work at 5:30 am (Denver). It was really super cool!

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    It ended up being a clear night here. I woke up at around 5:00 so I got up and went to take a look. Very cool.

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    Saw the eclipse as I was coming back home from Jazzercise this morning about 6:45 a.m. CST. When I left at 5:15, the moon was full and quite large. As I was coming home, it was almost entirely eclipsed.
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    Too much cloud cover here to see anything. But the clouds were very bright where the moon glowed behind them in the darkness.
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    Saw it around 6:20 am this morning here in Phoenix. Really spectacular.

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    This morning there were clouds here too... but I saw a NASA video of totality.

    Tonight is chill and clear. The blue moon is high, like a celestial wheel of Oregonzola! ... and super bright.

    It makes distinct shadows of bare tree branches across the trackless snow. I stuck my head out of a sliding door to admire the scene. The wind-chimes in the trees are tintinnabulating uproariously.

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    We had clouds come and go, but were able to see most of it - very chilly but memorable!

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