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Hughsie

First Lunar Composite Image

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Appreciate there are a lot of Lunar eclipse images out there.

After the eclipse I wanted to put together a composite image (if that’s the term) as I have never done that before. Any way, I’ve thrown this together. 

Thank you for viewing

Composite Image.jpg

Moon_2019_01_21_Lunar_Phases_Eclipse.jpg

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