Early in the morning of 19 November 2021, was the last lunar eclipse of the year. It was visible from North and South America, Australia, and parts of Europe and Asia. The longest eclipse in over a thousand years, 97% of the moon was covered in the umbral shadow.
Early on, the weather was poor with high thin clouds, and at times the moon was completely obscured. Strong winds calmed as the night went on, and eventually it cleared completely around 3:45. By the time I packed up, the temperature had dropped to 1°C.
At one point I zoomed out, and got the Moon with Messier 45.