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Old 2008-02-20, 21:58   Link #21
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Looking at it right now. Beautiful.
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Old 2008-02-20, 21:58   Link #22
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Old 2008-02-20, 21:58   Link #23
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Wow its looks brown where I am, its pretty much covered at this point. Thank god its clear here (but COLD!).

Also thanks for the info JustInn, I didnt know that.
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:02   Link #24
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Too bad it's cloudy where I am. It was pretty clear not too long ago, but a large, thick patch of clouds is covering it now. Hopefully there'll be another clear patch before it's completely over though.
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:11   Link #25
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Oh man I wish I can see it. Someone should take a picture of it or something for peopple who don't see it ><.
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:11   Link #26
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Pretty darn overcast, but just clear enough to see patches of it (get to see the moon once every five to ten minutes, like a slide show). Fascinating. First time I've ever seen a total lunar eclipse. It used to be a bleach white moon, but now it's a really dim orange. Too bad my camera isn't working...

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Side note. On the left of the Moon is the planet Saturn, and above the Moon is the star "Regulus". Just thought this would be neat to tell you guys!...
Is Saturn the one roughly at 8 o'clock to the moon? About five moon-diameters to the lower left. Can't see Regulus, though.
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:14   Link #27
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clouds are hella heavy here too
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:18   Link #28
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Talking information about the eclipse!!!!

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Pretty darn overcast, but just clear enough to see patches of it (get to see the moon once every five to ten minutes, like a slide show). Fascinating. First time I've ever seen a total lunar eclipse. It used to be a bleach white moon, but now it's a really dim orange. Too bad my camera isn't working...

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Is Saturn the one roughly at 8 o'clock to the moon? About five moon-diameters to the lower left. Can't see Regulus, though.
Yup! That's Saturn @ 8'o clock. Regulus would be at 12:00. ...


I got some pictures, but I got to save them to the computer. lol!
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:19   Link #29
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moon is kinda a brown here in PA, wish I had a telescope, none of my friends seem to know or care...
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:24   Link #30
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The moon looked dark reddish here in Vancouver, then again the cloud was covering the moon most of the time.
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:29   Link #31
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damn, i forgot about this (though i'm not sure if it was seen from where i was, not to mention that it's raining). meh. looks like i'll wait two more years for another eclipse.
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:30   Link #32
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arizona has a huge freaking cloud where the moon is. I see the moon every night when i come home from the store, because it's always right above my apartment....but the clouds are covering it....
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:44   Link #33
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Nothing spectacular on my end. Moon's a little dark, that's all.
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:51   Link #34
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From my end I have a clear view of Saturn, Regulus, and the reddish Moon. It's almost over now. Can't believe I have to wait for another two years to see another total eclipse...

(Did anyone notice that Saturn and Regulus's position is making up a triangle when they're right beside the Moon?)
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Old 2008-02-20, 22:53   Link #35
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Aww...
I can't see it. D:
It really stinkies cause I wanted to see the reddish Moon. l<
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Old 2008-02-20, 23:01   Link #36
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I can't see it either . It was raining earlier, and the clouds are still blocking the way.
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Old 2008-02-20, 23:07   Link #37
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Oh man...today has made me so happy that my Dad had the foresight to buy me a telescope some years back...

Who cares if he doesn't like anime...this totally made up for it!
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Old 2008-02-20, 23:09   Link #38
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Well, the totality is over now. For those who were not able to see it because of a crappy weather or because it was in the middle of the day, I wish I could feel your regret.

This eclipse was my first well-observed eclipse in my life. I'll be sure to looking at the one two years from now, and the partial Solar Eclipse from Quebec next year (because I can't afford to go all the way to Siberia to see the total eclipse).
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Old 2008-02-20, 23:12   Link #39
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Oh man...today has made me so happy that my Dad had the foresight to buy me a telescope some years back...

Who cares if he doesn't like anime...this totally made up for it!
Lucky...

I just got back from my last voyage outside to watch the Eclipse. I went out and came back a few times during the beginning Partial Eclipse, and I was out most of the time during the 1 hour of the Total Eclipse. It was awesome, and it looked just like Mars at one point, with Brownish red and orange.

Just came back from my final glance at its status, looks like the light's coming back, and the moon seems to have a very dim yet noticeable red light around it. I guess it's because of the penumbra. Anyways, IT WAS SICK~!

Now, onto the next SOLAR Eclipse~!
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Old 2008-02-20, 23:13   Link #40
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I missed part of it, but I came back to watch some of it. It was quite red where I was. It was just so cold >.<
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