Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by pissedoffsol, Oct 27, 2004.
... Someone take a picyure of it... i would but no camera right now.
well, considering i'll be outside having coffee with the guys anyway, a glane now and then up can't hurt
i'll try to snap some pics
but it's impossible around here- there is just too much light pollution from philly
couldn't of said it any better.
its cloudy and foggy here, can't really see anything
Just went outside and looked at it. You can see it really good here in South Carolina.
too foggy and cloudy here
Pretty visible from over here
I need to buy some more low-light film...
someone take a digi pic of it.
i just got home, and its fully covered but glowing slightly red.
sky is perfectly clear. beautiful night for watching it.
see you in 2007 moon
The moon will be back in a few hours...not years....
naw, the next time it eclipses...
Yeah, I caught the tail end of it.... amazingly clear night to see the moon here in Houston.
Matt and I watched it from Naples tonight under clear clean skies. Wow.
That's what it looked like during the eclipse for me just now.. And I had COMPLETELY clear skies.
There were clouds all around the horizon, 360 degrees. But the moon was in TOTALLY clear skies for the whole of the totality. We were in this little pocket of clear skies at precisely the right time.
LOL i didn't even go outside to look at it but my boyfriend told me about it
I got some pictures- will post up in a few minutes.
Man I saw the beginging of it, then the moon moved behind the clouds, and never came out the whole night.
Well, it's late and it's not that great- but here are the pictures I got over about a 10 minute span as the eclipse was finishing up. You can see the regression of coverage through the pictures:
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