Penumbral Partial Eclipse Awesome, Cloaked in the Mysteries of the Universe

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The progression of the Earth’s shadow started to cross the moon at about 2:30 A.M. EST. At approximately 3:30 to 3:45 A.M., in White Plains NY USA, clouds mysteriously weaved past the speeding full moon, 240,000 miles from Earth. Clouds continued to thicken until overcast enshrouded the eclipse at its greatest extent (below) but the veils of the universe crossing the moonface created wonder in the night.
This morning’s Penumbral Partial Eclipse in White Plains at its apex at about 4:20 A.M. The celestial event was cloaked in clouds. The Earth’s shadow can be seen at the right side of the full moon. Clouds and gathering humid air obscured the crispness of the moon event.
The 4:25 A.M. E.S.T. view of the partial eclipse from White Plains NY USA. Clouds seductively drawing curtain on the shadow of the Earth, seen in the darker shading on the right side of the satellite. At Apex of the ‘clipse, the moon was completely obscured by the gathering overcast early this morning.
Up close and personal from California. The live internet cast of the eclipse shows the shadow of the Earth covering about half the full moon at the zero hour. The view in Arizona is in upper right.

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