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  • Rob Mayeda

    Via NASA: Lunar Eclipse among Thunderstorms! The weather almost spoiled this view of the spectacular June 15 total lunar eclipse. Instead, storm clouds parted for 10 minutes during the total eclipse phase and lightning bolts contributed to the dramatic sky. Captured with a 30 second exposure, the picture was shot from the Greek island of Ikaria at Pezi. That area is known as "the planet of the goats" because of the rough terrain and strange looking rocks.

  • Lisa Ambrose

    Nature really knows how to put on an awesome show! grape clouds, cherry lunar eclipse and pink lemonade lightning! Mmmm...

  • Rose Mak

    After months of anticipation and exhausting preparations and planning for taking photos of the total lunar eclipse, everything went wrong due to a severe thunderstorm during the phenomenon....a small window in the sky allowed me to see the Moon in the Earth's shadow and shoot this unbelievable photo. The shot was taken from Ikaria island at Pezi, an area known as "the planet of the goats", because of the rough terrain with the strange looking rocks.

  • M31

    Spectacular lightning storm, but notice this is actually a photo of a total lunar eclipse....

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