2008 Lunar Eclipse

Clouds Obscure 2010 Lunar Eclipse

February 20, 2008 was the last lunar eclipse visible in the Pacific Northwest. From Camas Washington, photos were recorded every 15 minutes through out the moon's light and color change. The attached photo is a selection of individual photos which were stitched together to show the progression of shadow and color change.
Tonight's cloud cover will prevent a similar lunar recording.

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kristina says ... on Tuesday, Dec 21 at 12:24 AM

it was cloudy in texas but cleared up sry got my times wrong it was 220am that i lasted to camcorder time was wrong

kristina says ... on Tuesday, Dec 21 at 12:21 AM

i started from the begining in gainesville texas and lasted til 3:08 got alot of great video of the eclipse this morning got to cold to finish

Chris says ... on Monday, Dec 20 at 9:58 PM

Great view of the full moon about half an hour ago from east Portland. Looks obscured by clouds right now.

Christina says ... on Monday, Dec 20 at 9:42 PM

is anyone reporting clear or partially clear skies?

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