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Supermoon eclipse in time frame, a totally awesome capture that won't be caught again anytime soon. 
APOD: 2015 September 29 - Supermoon Total Lunar Eclipse and Lightning Storm

What's more rare than a supermoon total lunar eclipse? How about a supermoon total lunar eclipse over a lightning storm. Such an electrifying sequence was captured yesterday from Ibiza, an island in southeastern Spain. After planning the location for beauty, and the timing to capture the entire eclipse sequence, the only thing that had to cooperate for this astrophotographer to capture a memorable eclipse sequence was the weather. What looked to be a bother on the horizon, though, turned out to be a blessing. The composite picture features over 200 digitally combined images from the same location over the course of a night. The full moon is seen setting as it faded to red in Earth's shadow and then returned to normal. The fortuitous lightning is seen reflected in the Mediterranean to the right of the 400-meter tall rocky island of Es Vedra. Although the next total eclipse of a large and bright supermoon will occur in 2033, the next total eclipse of any full moon will occur in January 2018 and be best visible from eastern Asia and Australia.

Image Credit & Copyright: Jose Antonio Hervás

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What an incredible night sky. 
Clouds and Milky Way over the path and flora around Ramah Reservoir. Near Ramah, Colorado. Photo: Max Moorman.
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A pessimistic view but definitely accountable. 
Can anyone here to answer this... 
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Totally incredible to be able to see Pluto in great detail. 
Best image of Pluto from Hubble Space Telescope (l) in contrast to best image of Pluto so far from New Horizons.
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