The Pleiades were the last stars I photographed during the 2021 Lunar Eclipse. I framed this picture in context of my prior images and sketches.
At 2 a.m. I did not want to retool my equipment for the entire constellation, but decided a quick look towards Orion's nebula wouldn't hurt.
This Lunar Eclipse was very similar to January 2019's, the most notable difference being that the red was nowhere near as vibrant as in '19.
The string of consecutive pleasant-weather days and nights continued, though this late afternoon was tempting the streak.
Continuing the daily series this week of evening astrophotography sessions, tonight I focused completely on the Moon.