Total Lunar Eclipse From Cedar Rapids Iowa
Taken by Gregg Alliss on January 20, 2019 @ Cedar Rapids, Iowa USA
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Date Taken: 2019:01:22 14:28:49
 
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First pic: Full moon (lower left) before eclipse at 7:35 pm CST, Sunday, January 20, 2019. The eclipse composite image was from 9:15 pm (1-20) to 1:11 am (1-21). Air temperature ranged from zero degrees to -4 degrees F. Second pic: 1:16 am on January 21. Moon has an ice crystal-induced halo. Fifth magnitude stars in the constellation Cancer are clearly visible near the moon. Nikon D7200 DSLR camera.
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