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Lunar Eclipse Photos November 19 2021

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Friday November 19 2021

This historic near total lunar eclipse this morning did not disappoint for most. The cold front moved out and took the clouds with it. However there was a band of clouds that did cross the mountains and reached into the western Maryland mountains and southern Pennsylvania.

So if you woke up to clouds, or could not wake up at all, here is a collection of photos shared with me from many photographers across the region. These include some progressions of the carious different phases as the moon passed through Earth’s shadow.

 

Lunar Eclipse Collage

Nicci DeAngelo

 

 

‘Phases’ from Richard Lazar

Young Astronomer

I love this!  I was able to get my 10th grader up to view the peak with me.  He was happy he saw it first hand. My 12 year old on the other hand rolled over and told me to show him pics later. 

Here Brittany’s 11 year old daughter woke up the family to make sure they all watched together. 

 

 

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Gloria Bethke captured a few pics along the way. It is difficult to get that 50% view with such a contrast of brightness. 

 

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See The Full Report:

Historic Near Total Lunar Eclipse Friday Morning 

 

Satellite Snapshot

The front was clearing the coast in time, but a new band of clouds reached farther east and faster from weather Maryland and into southern PA.  This may explain why some missed it.

 

 

 

More Lunar Eclipse Photos

2:43 AM – Southern Maryland

 

 

2:50 AM in Silver Spring, MD

Joe Fox said at the time, “Broken layer of clouds here at 6,000 feet moving at 40mph. Had to shoot in the gaps between clouds.”

 

 

One of the top pics from Bowie

 

 

 

Quick Timelapse

 

 

 



 

Mid Eclipse Pics

Mix from amateur and professional photographers all help tell the story.

Timonium

 

 

Sykesville

 

Perry Hall

 

Arbutus

 

Essex

 

 

Alan Pototsky

 

 

Kelly Belcher

 

Rims Biswas

 

Taneytown

 

 

Animation Video

 

Reminder Of The Timeline

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Credit: NASA; I adjusted to Eastern Standard Time

 

Reminder Of How A Lunar Eclipse Occurs

 

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