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Photo courtesy Audrey Fresquez
Star gazers’ delight A wolf moon (the first full moon in January), a super moon (because it appeared closer to the earth than normal) and a blood red tint to the moon (because, as NASA explained, “small molecules in the atmosphere scatter blue light. That leaves behind mostly red lights that bends .. into Earth’s shadow. We can see the red light during an eclipse as it falls onto the moon in Earth’s shadow”) added to a lunar eclipse Jan. 20. This was the view from the Brighton High School parking lot off of Skeel Street. The show was visible in its entirety in North and South America. The next one is in 18 years.
Stargazers' delight

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