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Lunar eclipse + HD 67150


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About this observation
Steve Knight
Time of observation
21/01/2019 - 05:08
Total lunar eclipse
Observing location
Cobham Service Station (M25)
2 sec at ISO12800

Weather forecast in Banbury was not good.  Heard that south east was best bet for clearer skies so drove in that direction with very little idea where I would end up.  80 miles later I was behind Cobham Service Station at their construction site shielded from lights.  This was a struggle as I still had mainly cloud, this was taken through a brief gap.  HD 67150 is the 7th magnitude star that has emerged from behind the moon on the right.  Processed in Faststone Image Viewer.

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