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Roger Craig Smith Jan 22
This is incredible. The citizen science community managed to capture a lunar impact event that occurred during the ! It's that tiny white dot on the surface of the left side of the moon---though the power in that impact is NOT tiny.😱 The times we live in!😎🤘👍
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Cornwall LIVE Jan 20
This morning at 4.52am there was a Total Lunar Eclipse of the Blood Moon 🌒 Perfectly visible under Cornwall’s clear skies, a few early birds were very lucky to catch it. This stunning shot through Roche Rock was taken by Tom Last 👌
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Royal Observatory Jan 23
Looking back at our footage of the on 21 January, our astronomers spotted two bright flashes on the Moon - meteoroid impacts - separated by just over two minutes (and thousands of miles!) Hey, , time to look for new craters!
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Jack Boland Jan 20
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danny|zumwalt Jan 20
Doing my best to capture the blood moon tonight.
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Hannah Jan 20
some quick processing of tonight’s images ✨
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Kielder Observatory Jan 21
Wow... that’s all we can say... did you catch it?! Let’s see your images!
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Joy Frost Jan 20
What a magical morning. I woke up at 4am to watch the blood moon eclipse. The last 2 hours I’ve been outside with a blanket, writing in my novel. The sky was totally clear. I was all alone with the moon, except for the birds singing. Just perfect. 🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑
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Claire Mainstone Jan 20
The sky behaved! My first ever attempt at a . Our is simply stunning!
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Abby Acone Jan 20
View from Auburn tonight 😍Thanks to Ty Watkins for this shot!
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Tom Kerss Jan 22
During our stream we caught at least two potential impacts on the Moon (good contrast thanks to the Earth's shadow.) They were bright enough to be visible despite cloud cover. First at 04:41:43 and second at 04:43:44 UTC. Both shown in this clip
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Teresa Jan 20
I managed to capture a few shots of the
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Brady Kenniston Jan 20
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David Blanchflower BSc Jan 27
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丅ᖇᗴᗴ 丅ᗩᑎᑎᗴᖇ Jan 20
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Matt Jan 20
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reuben Jan 20
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Joseph Haubert Jan 20
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 20
The is underway! Step outside now to see the eclipsed moon. It should appear orange or red for the next hour:
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Patrick Neaves Jan 20
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