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A few intrepid stargazers were out on the Pentacrest early Tuesday morning to watch the total lunar eclipse that was visible early Tuesday over Iowa City. The earth began casting its shadow on the moon at about 1 a.m., and the eclipse lasted for several hours. The multiple exposure image above shows the moon in the earlier stages of the eclipse.
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A few intrepid stargazers were out on the University of Iowa Pentacrest early Tuesday morning to watch the total lunar eclipse which was visible over Iowa City. Story
 

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Dr. Susan Longmuir discusses how early screenings can improve detection and treatment of amblyopia in children.