lunar lights

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We were allowed to get up in the middle of the night.
It’s not every night there’s a lunar ecclipse.
This one was much more impressive than the solar one of about a year ago. For that one we were all prepared with light-boxes made to protect our eyes……and….nothing really happened.
This one was exciting. You could actually see the moon going dark. We imagined what it would be like to be up there looking down here. In fact, we’ve been talking about it all day. Asking questions, wondering, supposing, even comparing it to our jar of peach jam.


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