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Moonlight Shadow

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Moon's shadow during Solar Eclipse of 21 August as seen by Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (from lunar orbit)

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170831.html
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Re: Moonlight Shadow

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Interesting, and reminds me of perhaps 20 years+ ago at the Foredown Tower when we had installed a large satellite dish to access directly, Meteosat / Meteorsat (spelling ?) images to show the visitors. A similar eclipse shadow was seen then too. regards maf

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