Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Pictures: October 8, 2014 Total Lunar Eclipse

Well, it's come and gone, the total lunar eclipse of October 8, 2014. Luckily for me, I was able to catch this eclipse in 'full' from my location (full is quoted because the Moon set at totality). Still though, this was the first eclipse not clouded out in Northern Ohio since August, 2007 event (which also set in totality). 

While nowhere near as good as the October, 2004 event (has it been 10 years? I'm starting to feel old now!) thanks to the fact that this eclipse was visible from start to finish and was at totality around midnight with the Moon high in the sky, it was still nice to see an eclipse without having to peer through clouds. 

So, here you go, the total lunar eclipse of October 8, 2014 . . . 

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