Saturday, 16 August 2008

Lunar eclipse

Tonight, at 9.20pm, the moon appeared left of the power station, with a sizeable chunk of it missing. In other words, the lunar eclipse was already in full swing. The peak of the eclipse occurred shortly after 10 o'clock, with the moon rapidly reverting to normal shape as I type.

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for the photo Guido.  We saw nothing.  It is very cloudy and raining here.

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  2. Great shot Guido. Helen

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  3. Great pic... wish we could see it from the U.S.

    Joann

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  4. What a wonderful picture Guido....wish we could see it here in the states, I love that stuff!

    Pooh Hugs,
    Linda

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  5. thanks for sharing photo,
    `wrong` sort of clouds here on the nether regions london.... even went out to near m25/m40..    :(
    sue
    http://journals.aol.co.uk/catslittertray/birdsbeasts--buggys/

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  6. Lovely~ we of course didn't see that because it would have still been daylight.   Linda in WA  

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  7. We were under a blanket of cloud so nowt to see !! We seem to have had a lot os rain overnight but it is lovely and bright this morning   Love Sybil x

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  8. Very nice moon photo...thanks for sharing!
    Enjoy...
    Joyce

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  9. Fabulous photo!  I do believe I would rather be watching for that than watching for Hurricane Fay!!  Have a great Sunday!  Linda

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  10. ally12313058591817 August 2008 at 18:19

    Beautiful picture Guido ~ we saw nothing of it here far too cloudy ~ Ally x

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  11. Unfortunately i totally missed it......... Thank you or the beautiful picture
    hugs Jayne

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