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Lunar Eclipse

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In Alberta the Moon was partially eclipsed when it rose under a clear sky  on November 8, 2003 at 5:55 PM MST. The pictures of the total eclipse had an exposure of 2 seconds using Nikon Coolpix3100.

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On October 27, 2004 there was another eclipse of the moon. It rose full, but within an hour the shadow
of the earth could be seen.  Here are a few of the pictures.  Again exposure time was 2 seconds using
Nikon CoolPix3100. Unfortunately the sky was not absolutely clear, and it shows up in pictures.

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