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Super Moon Eclipse

20 Jan 2019, 13:00 UTC
Super Moon Eclipse
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Early tomorrow morning or tonight (depending on where you are), if you have decent skies you may be able to enjoy this eclipse.
The eclipse begins about 02:35 UTC. The images came from Wikipedia, pretty good.

Not sure if I will get to see it or not, depends on this storm. The image below was taken from my front door this morning. We have around 30 cm / 12 inches of new snow on the ground and it looks like there is another 30 to 50 cm on the way.
I need to get out and see if I can get some of it cleared away, it has warmed up to -18 C, I’ll wait a bit more but the wind is supposed to be bad so I don’t want to wait too long.

Oh and yes the roads are passable if one get to them.

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