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7:19 PM: Thanks to Craig B for that photo from Hamilton Viewpoint Park, where a sizable crowd was reported by sunset, awaiting a hoped-for view of the eclipsed supermoon. Are you seeing it yet?
(Added: Myrtle Reservoir Park photo, by Steph)
7:43 PM: Alice Enevoldsen tweets from Kevin Freitas‘s eclipse-viewing party that they’re seeing it – a hint of red:
— Alice's AstroInfo (@AlicesAstroInfo) September 28, 2015
7:47 PM: Moments later, we glimpsed it looking east from the top of the SW Genesee hill at Avalon.
(Added: Photo by WSB’s Christopher Boffoli)
8:16 PM: Via tweeted and e-mailed photos, and a brief spin around for a firsthand view, it’s clear LOTS of people are/have been out for a look:
— Pam Mandel (@nerdseyeview) September 28, 2015
8:40 PM: The eclipse has peaked but continues until its official conclusion at 10:22 pm, according to the timing listed here (Alice shared that link).
— ariana guerra (@photographappy) September 28, 2015
— Katy (@bluejayway) September 28, 2015
10:57 PM: All over! Next total eclipse of the moon, 2018. See all the phases of this one in Kevin Freitas’s chronicle of the (mentioned above) viewing party he hosted. And with this next photo from Chris Frankovich …
… it’s “good night, moon.”
(Click image for larger view)
Trileigh Tucker‘s view (that’s a plane leaving Sea-Tac)
And a last look at the “supermoon” before it set this morning, about 12 hours before it rose – from Lynn Hall:
You can check the moonset/moonrise (and sunset/sunrise) times ANY time via the WSB West Seattle Weather page, by the way.