COLUMBIA — Close to 1 a.m. Tuesday, shrouded behind thick cloud cover, a lunar eclipse took place in the skies over mid-Missouri; and although inclement weather limited the plans of intrepid sky-gazers here and across the country, the celestial anomaly was visible to anyone with Internet access.
Lunar eclipse: Making the best of a not-so-stellar performance
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