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Laura Tobin 16 Jul 19
The is happening now, peaking at 22:30 Look south & low in the sky
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The Guardian 16 Jul 19
Lunar eclipse 2019: from Australia to UK, stargazers enjoy bright side of the moon
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Roger Craig Smith 16 Jul 19
Clouds? Not in the right region of the world to see it? No prob! As always, the awesome humans at have ya covered, with LIVE coverage of the , on this, the anniversary of the mission! What a day! Broadcast begins soon, 11:40amPDT!
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Zee News English 16 Jul 19
Watch live streaming of on your mobile and desktop
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Royal Museums Greenwich 15 Jul 19
On 16 July, the will pass part way into the Earth's shadow! This will be visible from the UK from 9pm until midnight. We'll be livestreaming the event from the Royal Observatory. Tune in on Facebook or on our website:
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RobbieSydney Photography 16 Jul 19
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North York Moors NP 16 Jul 19
We're in for a tonight, the last lunar eclipse of 2019! Just look skywards from 9pm (fingers crossed for clear skies). (c) Steve Bell
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Simon Cardy 16 Jul 19
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Anadolu Images 16 Jul 19
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Dawn 17 Jul 19
Three photos of the 16.07.19. 1) cloudy moon, 22:24 2) Partial eclipse max 22:30 3) Moon coming out of eclipse 22:41. Cloudy/hazy conditions. I did the best I could! Bedfordshire UK Canon M50
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Jon Culshaw 16 Jul 19
The over London, through the scope a few minutes ago..
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ARROWSMITH🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 16 Jul 19
The finally broke through the clouds above the Queensferry Crossing and Forth Bridge on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 space mission.
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ABP News 15 Jul 19
2019: Date, Time, How To Watch And All That You Need To Know
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Chris Page - Weatherman 16 Jul 19
Plenty of clear spells to give you all a good opportunity to check out the tonight on the anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch! 🚀🌕
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Tomasz Schafernaker 16 Jul 19
🌌🌔 Cloud cover is variable across the UK tonight. Currently, best skies across the Southeast and East for the 9PM till midnight viewing. Have fun!
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Perth Observatory 16 Jul 19
A shot of the Partial Lunar Eclipse at its maximum. We're doing the live stream for which you can watch here:
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Tomasz Schafernaker 16 Jul 19
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Owen Humphreys 16 Jul 19
Tonight's original location and plans for the didn't go to plan due to cloud so it was a smash and grab for the brief few seconds it appeared on the North East coast
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Alex Conu 16 Jul 19
There's a tonight. Go out and watch it! Here's more info about it:
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Steve 'Sirius' Brown - amateur astronomer 🔭📷✨🌙 17 Jul 19
Sequence of the rising through low cloud on 16 July. Each shot two minutes apart. Taken using DSLR with 250mm lens and stacked with StarStaX 😃 
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