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    Lunar Eclipse Wednesday!

    Don't forget to get out and see the lunar eclipse this wednesday here in the States. Here in the East Coast area it will start around 9pm and end by 1am. Remember the Lunar /11 rule for exposing the moon. That will hold up untill you get into totality and then you're on your own. West coast should see the eclipse in progress when the moon rises. That should make for some interesting scapes with the moon in it.
    Gary Beasley

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    I'm hoping for decent weather here (southern Ontario). We've had the whole mixed bag over the last week. Cloud, sun, rain, mist, fog, hail, drizzle, some areas have seen light snow. Hopefully we'll have clear (partially at least) skys!

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    Hum, it is still raining over Switzerland for the rest of the week :-(, and here, the eclipse wil be in progress at 3AM.

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    David

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    We're expecting nothing but rain and lots of clouds in between until Sunday.

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    Unfortunately, we won't get to see the entire eclipse here. Most of it happens before sunset.
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