Eclipse of the Blood Moon Tonight

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  1. U201491

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    Eclipse of the Blood Moon Tonight
    Happening as I type for anyone interested in seeing it happen.
     
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  2. ZA_Survivalist

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    Something like 18-19 years until it happens again.. Better at least take a look guys.

    So far looks like just a harvest moon.
     
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  3. Caveman Jim

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    We have low clouds!!!!! :eek::eek::eek:
    My daughter texted us pics though.:):):)

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    Yeah kind of cool. Like a harvest moon except more red.
     
  5. teflon97239

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    I hope we're all here to see the next one, but only if they're good years.
     
  6. Joe13

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    We watched it from the Wsu vancouver campus and it was awesome.

    Very red mood against a dark blue sky.

    I'm very glad we went to see it and the energy from the other people there watching was crazy. You'de have thought it was a national holiday.
     
  7. etrain16

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    Completely missed it! :mad:

    We usually plan ahead to see these types of events and we were busily getting some projects ready for my daughter's school and totally forgot. We have a decent eastern view from our house (can't see the western sky at all), so it's even more of a bummer. I'm glad to see some great photos of it though!
     
  8. v0lcom13sn0w

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    some moon watchers F'd up my evening hunt. so much for last day of the season.
     
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  9. Joe13

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    Bummer man:(.

    Any chance of a late season hunt?


     
  10. The B

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    Yep.. made sure to be home in time to get the boys out to see it... unfortunately, we don't have a great view to the east, so we had to wait quite a while, and didn't get to see it as deep red as we would have liked, but we did see it in full eclipse at least. I gotta invest in a decent telescope!
     
  11. blackadder

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    Had a great view of it last night. Caught it right about in the middle of the event.
     
  12. mjbskwim

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    I saw the before and after
    it came up right behind the street light across the road
     
  13. v0lcom13sn0w

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    nah, no more elk huntin. i have rifle deer in eastern oregon next week. will definately go camping for second season bow deer with my buddys who have bow deer tags.
     
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    image.jpg image.jpg I saw it for a bit, cool but needed a telescope.
    I was at my parents this weekend playing with my stepdad's telescope took a couple pics through it.
     
  15. Medic!

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    I unfortunately am a werewolf.
    So I don't get to see the full moon[At least not in my human form].

    Was the blood moon cool? I heard it was.
    Wait............. I'm pretty sure I remember blood? :s0087:
     
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    did ya know all of those dark spots on the moon are from soviet missile testing.:D:p
     
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    that was very cool

    I thought it was made of swiss cheese and those were the holes
    So what your saying is it's not made of swiss cheese ?
     
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    After witnessing a total solar eclipse here in Oregon back in 1979, this event just doesn't compare.
    That was really something special for me at least.
    A good friend dragged me out of bed and we drove to Warm Springs to get away from the cloud cover in Portland.
    Once in a lifetime experience.

     
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    Bait?
     

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