The longest Lunar eclipse of the century took place on July 27, 2018. It was difficult to observe because it was a dark eclipse. Combined with haze, clouds, and a relative bright nordic sky made it somewhat challenging to observe it. The following images were taken from the mountain Dalsnibba 1476 meter above the sea level located in Stranda, Norway.
The following images were taken on the night of December 13 – 14, 2017. Partly cloudy conditions. Color images are taken with a Canon 1300D employing a Vivitar 8 mm fisheye-lens. Black and white images are taken with a MallinCam All Sky Camera. Timestamp on the color images are UT, and All Sky images are local time (UT + 1). Location: Ørsta, Norway.