Cloud cover makes for tough viewing of lunar eclipse in Colorado, Wyoming

A rare event occurred on early Wednesday morning January 31, 2018, in which there was a lunar eclipse combined with a super moon, and a blue moon (i.e. second full moon within a calendar month).  Unfortunately for viewers in the Rockies, cloud cover obscured the lunar eclipse for many, although this spectacular event still ended up being viewable in some areas with less widespread cloud cover and.  Here are a couple of images of the lunar eclipse from Castle Rock, CO on January 31.

 

 

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