Clear skies allowed a great view of the penumbral lunar eclipse. The umbral shadow of the Earth entered the Moon’s disc at 22.34hrs the previous evening and maximum eclipse phase occurred at 00h45m03s UTC. The penumbral shadow leaving the lunar disc at 02.53hrs.
My first capture of this comet in poor sky conditions. Comet in the constellation of Virgo and faint at magnitude +15.6 (Guide 9 estimate). Distance to comet is 1.48 AU (221 million km / 137 million miles)
Imaged part of the Horsehead nebula in Orion. In this 60 second exposure, a trail appears to part cross the image. This is identified as a spent rocket booster. Namely SL-12 R/B NORAD ID 32278. This rocket was launched 26th October 2007. Distance to rocket is 21462km.
The skies stayed clear for the duration of the eclipse although there was some thin cloud now and then. This appeared to be a dark eclipse On the Danjon Scale, I would say it was Level 1. (Where Level 0 is a darkest eclipse and 5 is a bright eclipsed Moon). See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danjon_scale