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Old 18-11-2021, 03:16 PM
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1819 November 2021 Partial Lunar Eclipse

https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/...21-november-19
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Old 18-11-2021, 04:07 PM
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No good here, it's too low to see much...
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Old 18-11-2021, 07:47 PM
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We have a total eclipse here in Canberra 24/7.

Clouds. Lots of them. Sun? Moon? Can't recall what they look like.
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Old 18-11-2021, 07:52 PM
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Going off the BOM site it looks like non of the State Capitals are going to have a cloud free night tomorrow.

Sydney

Begins: 7.34pm Max: 8.02pm Ends: 11.03pm

Melbourne

Begins: 8.09pm Max: 8.12pm Ends: 11.03pm

Brisbane

Begins: 6.14pm Max: 7.02pm Ends: 10.03pm

Adelaide

Begins: 7.59pm Max: 8.11pm Ends: 10.33pm

Perth

Begins: 6.57pm Max: 7pm Ends: 8.03pm
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Old 18-11-2021, 08:03 PM
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Going off the BOM site it looks like non of the State Capitals are going to have a cloud free night tomorrow.

Sydney

Begins: 7.34pm Max: 8.02pm Ends: 11.03pm

Melbourne

Begins: 8.09pm Max: 8.12pm Ends: 11.03pm

Brisbane

Begins: 6.14pm Max: 7.02pm Ends: 10.03pm

Adelaide

Begins: 7.59pm Max: 8.11pm Ends: 10.33pm

Perth

Begins: 6.57pm Max: 7pm Ends: 8.03pm
Hi Hans,

Melbourne is a no-show according to MeteoBlue,
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Sydney is a no-show according to MeteoBlue
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Adelaide is a no-show according to MeteoBlue
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Brisbane looks good...
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Perth looks OKish...
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Darwin looks good...
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Hobart is a Possible according to MeteoBlue, as the upper level cloud is clear so maybe a good peep show is possible through the low/mid level cloud
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Old 18-11-2021, 08:07 PM
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Melbourne is a no-show according to MeteoBlue, but Brisbane looks good...
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Old 18-11-2021, 08:14 PM
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Eclipste won't be visible from my country unfortunately
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Old 18-11-2021, 08:27 PM
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Apparently November's full 'Beaver Moon' is almost here and it's coupled with a partial lunar eclipse, so, spiritually I need to be prepared. According to my Horoscope in the article:

Sagittarius
Savvy Sag, there's a shakeup in your daily routine including your work or health. This Beaver Moon Eclipse wants you to think about working from home or getting more privacy in your day to day life. Your daily life needs tweaking so you're not at cross purposes with want your heart desires. Soon there will be opportunities to make a physical change so you can be more in alignment with yourself.


So my take away from this ... I will not be winning Lotto tonight so I wont be buying my Zeiss APQ 150 ....

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Have faith Hans, we may see a sliver of it down low.

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Old 19-11-2021, 12:45 PM
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Not looking good here. 94% cloud coverage and rain tonight according to AccuWeather.
Besides, when the eclipse is supposed to be at its best, the moon is too low and it is not totally dark yet.
I am still trying to decide whether I should go to the beach or not. Probably not a good idea if it rains.
I might get a glimpse of it from my balcony when it is higher and past its maximum if I stay home. It is a long eclipse, so I might see something, even if only for a couple of minutes.
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Old 19-11-2021, 07:36 PM
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Just peeked outside .. it ain't happening here in Melbourne
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Just peeked outside .. it ain't happening here in Melbourne
True that.

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Soon there will be opportunities to make a physical change so you can be more in alignment with yourself.
Sounds like your polar alignment is off.
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Sounds like your polar alignment is off.
Would explain why I can't even get 3 min subs.
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