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Partial Lunar Eclipse

On July 16, 2019, I was able to watch a partial lunar eclipse at Lake Constance in Southern Germany. As opposed to a total lunar eclipse, where the full moon is much darker and shows a reddish hue, a partially eclipsed moon will still exhibit a brightly lit part. Thus to the uninitiated, the moon might appear as having a phase – although the moon should in fact be full, as lunar eclipses can only happen during a full moon.

During the eclipse I received an extra gift, when the ISS (International Space Station) literally entered the picture and cruised above.

The beginning of the eclipse
The partially eclipsed moon with Saturn (upper right corner)
The eclipsed (but overexposed) moon along with Saturn (close to the moon), Jupiter (to the right), Altair (upper left corner) and the ISS (the line at the top).