Total lunar eclipse over Ohio


A composite of eight images by Piqua Daily Call photographer Mike Ullery shows the progression of Sunday’s total lunar eclipse. The event featured a full “super” and “blood” moon, a series of events that has not happened since the early 1980s and will not occur again for 33 years.

A composite of eight images by Piqua Daily Call photographer Mike Ullery shows the progression of Sunday’s total lunar eclipse. The event featured a full “super” and “blood” moon, a series of events that has not happened since the early 1980s and will not occur again for 33 years.


A composite of eight images by Piqua Daily Call photographer Mike Ullery shows the progression of Sunday’s total lunar eclipse. The event featured a full “super” and “blood” moon, a series of events that has not happened since the early 1980s and will not occur again for 33 years.

A composite of eight images by Piqua Daily Call photographer Mike Ullery shows the progression of Sunday’s total lunar eclipse. The event featured a full “super” and “blood” moon, a series of events that has not happened since the early 1980s and will not occur again for 33 years.
http://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2015/09/web1_092715_TotalLunarEclipseComposite.jpgA composite of eight images by Piqua Daily Call photographer Mike Ullery shows the progression of Sunday’s total lunar eclipse. The event featured a full “super” and “blood” moon, a series of events that has not happened since the early 1980s and will not occur again for 33 years.

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