Solstice Lunar Eclipse

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In case you couldn't stay up all night and watch it, or you are someplace where it wasn't visible, here is the video of last night's lunar eclipse. Four hours of moonlight are compressed into two minutes. The video was captured over Gainesville, Florida by professor William Castleman. -via The Daily What

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Yeah, I was in a place where it wasn't visible...even though it was supposed to be. I'd gotten the actual day it was supposed to happen mixed up in my mind and was outside early MONDAY morning expecting to see it, and it was a perfectly crystal clear sky. I could see the moon right from my front porch. Then I realized "Dammit!!! It's TOMORROW!". So yesterday afternoon I borrowed some lounge chairs from the pool area at my apartment complex, got some blankets, snacks and whatnot together so I and my husband could watch it in comfort. We went outside a little after 1:30am and saw...

A THICK blanket of clouds that completely hid the moon from our view. :-(
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