A partial lunar eclipse took place on Friday, November 19, 2021. The eclipse occurred towards a micromoon. This was the longest partial lunar eclipse since 1440, and the longest until 2669; however, many eclipses, including the upcoming November 2022 lunar eclipse will have a longer period of umbral contact at next to 3 hours 40 minutes. Any total eclipse includes a period of more than 97% partiality like the maximum eclipse point of this one. Unlike a total solar eclipse, extended duration was not sought after by observers. Peak was at 4:03 am. Read more
5:35am. Using the Night Setting on my phone created the interesting pic below. Enjoying the energies and view. Thought I would go back to sleep but never did.
Remote viewing to the Moon. No alien bases or evidence thereof. It's as if that was another insert in the simulation. Things that appear and disappear highlight in all realms of experience. Shakes up emotions.
6:00am. Lunar eclipse complete from here.
6:10am. (Fibonacci Number). Moon appears white.
6:18am. Setting moon turned orange. Appears huge.
I took this video and pic hours before the longest partial lunar eclipse in more than half a millennium. Though city lights block most of the night sky, you can still see Venus watching as she makes her approach to the Verrazzano Bridge.
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