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Old Monday 16th October 2017, 18:41   #26
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Weird or what. The font of all knowledge (aka Mrs Egrets) has just informed me the red sun phenomenon is caused by sand storms in the Sahara, and is known as a Sepia!!
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My mate Sandy told me that at 14:00hrs today.. weird
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Old Monday 16th October 2017, 23:18   #28
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Weird or what. The font of all knowledge (aka Mrs Egrets) has just informed me the red sun phenomenon is caused by sand storms in the Sahara, and is known as a Sepia!!
Here is an article on it saying it is sands brought about by Hurricane Ophelia.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/469525...reland-latest/

It is probably not the best time to be evaluating color bias of a binocular if you are near the storm.
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Same in Sheffield too. It gave everything a most unearthly appearance until about 15:00 when the sky began to clear.

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