The clouds from Sunday’s snow storm parted long enough to offer a view of the super blood wolf moon over Maine. The eclipse, with the moon, Earth and sun aligned, lasted several hours, and turned the moon “blood” red from refracted sunlight. January’s full moon is traditionally called a “wolf” moon, and it was “super” this year because of how close the moon is to the Earth. In these photos from Falmouth, the super wolf moon is seen around 9:30 p.m., Jan. 20, left, with the super blood wolf moon just after midnight Monday morning. (Dudley Warner / For The Forecaster)

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