Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Initial post on today's total eclipse of the "blue-blood-super" Moon

It cleared up long enough to capture the first half of the total lunar eclipse here in central Oregon!
I will write more in a later post but I just wanted to get these images posted right away.
These were taken from the edge of "down town" La Pine, looking across a large meadow to the west. It was 21 degree F and very still. It was a beautiful scene... until the fog rolled in from the north.
Enjoy God's creation!

Prior to totality (exposure to reveal the dark shadowed area)

At totality (it was actually quite dark!)

This image has the star cluster M44 there on the right.




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