Anyone setting an alarm for 5am?

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Post by Lullabelle » 10 months ago

Nope
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Post by Rutabaga » 10 months ago

Fraid not - I find I am disappointingly indifferent to this kind of thing. I did walk up onto the Downs to see the daytime total eclipse, whenever that was, sometime around the Millennium, but afterwards I wondered why I'd bothered. Philistine, sorry.
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Post by Lullabelle » 10 months ago

I love this kind of thing but 5am is a tad too early, 6.30 is bad enough
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Post by Johnboy » 10 months ago

I have to get up around that time most mornings, nature calls. So I'll have a peep out the window and then back to bed.
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Johnboy wrote:
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I have to get up around that time most mornings, nature calls. So I'll have a peep out the window and then back to bed.
Give us a buzz if it looks any good
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Post by Joan » 10 months ago

Lullabelle wrote:
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I love this kind of thing but 5am is a tad too early, 6.30 is bad enough
The partial eclipse (which is followed by the prenumbral eclipse) finishes at 6:50am, so worth pressing your nose against a window when you get up.

I mostly followed the moon home tonight. She seemed blissfully unaware she will be swallowed by a dragon in a few hours.

I'm not sure I will get up at 5am either. I'm trying not to overheat the house, so I may need to go to bed fully dressed to have any hope of escaping the duvet.
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Post by Fabbers » 10 months ago

Maybe....
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Rocky wrote:
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Give us a buzz if it looks any good
Will do!
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Post by Joan » 10 months ago

Bloody clouds!
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Post by Fabbers » 10 months ago

Looked fab down here! Especially watching the shadow roll across.
Very clear skies, but lots of local light polution.
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Post by Rocky » 10 months ago

Cloudy in Oxford.....the moon was a no show.
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Post by Rutabaga » 10 months ago

I saw it, it was pretty pink.
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Post by Lullabelle » 10 months ago

Rocky wrote:
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Cloudy in Oxford.....the moon was a no show.
Same here :(
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Post by Lullabelle » 10 months ago

The moon looked lovely this morning but it was far too cold to hang around and stare.
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