Moon on a high tonight

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Moon on a high tonight

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Tonight's Full Moon will be higher in the sky than any for nearly 19 years. The SPA put out a press release, thanks to Robin Scagell, and you can also read it here.

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Has anybody got a clear sky tonight? :(
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Sorry Joe Wall to Wall sock in here in North Wales Makes me wanna' spit


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Mostly cloudy, with the odd gap from time to time.
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15min at 20:40 now thick cloud but fast moving so leaving scope + binos out for a while longer :!:
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orion f6.3 wrote:leaving scope + binos out for a while longer :!:
I'm off to bed with my fingers crossed for you :wink: .
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