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The Pacific Northwest weather decided to interfere with the last total lunar eclipse of 2022. In order, you see the clear full moon already eclipsed, followed by a smaller sliver exposed through clouds and fog making it bluish, and finally the fully eclipsed red moon partially obscurred by clouds.

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Telescope:   Svbony sv503 70ED
Length:   336mm
Aperture:   70mm
F-stop:   f/4.56
Sessions:   1
Captured:   2022-11-08 to 2022-11-08
Lights:   7000
Exposure:   0.02
Total exposure:   2 m