They said that it would be so overcast that we probably wouldn't get to see it at all, so I was happy to get a few shots before the cloud cover obliterated it.
This was about 8:45 PM Eastern.
Our view was completely cloud-obscured here in the Silicon Valley area -- but we provided a great simulation with the new planetarium equipment!
Our weather forecast was for partly cloudy -- temperatures at zero. Now, someone will tell me this isn't a scientific fact, but this ol' boy doesn't recall seeing a lot of clouds when the temperature is zero, and, scientifically valid or not, we had a completely clear sky and the moon on the snow was like a street light. Until, of course, it wasn't.
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