Lunar Eclipse lives up to the hype, clear skies give Chicagoans an eye | Chicago News
Billed in advance as “the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years,” Friday morning’s heavenly spectacle lived up to the hype.
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Over the years, sky watchers have learned not to expect too much when it comes to observing an astronomical event.
– Stace (@HomerStacey) November 19, 2021
But for once, the weather cooperated in Chicago. The previous cloud cover has evaporated, giving way to a crystal clear sky in the wee hours of the morning.
What a stellar sight!
– AdlerPlanet (@AdlerPlanet) November 19, 2021
Average people all over the world struggled to capture the spectacle with their camera phones. Mark this turn with the human eye.
– Patty Wetli (@pattywetli) November 19, 2021
Trust a pro like Barry Butler from Chicago to get the money.
– Photograph by Barry Butler (@ barrybutler9) November 19, 2021
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