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This weekend at Mount Rainier the sky was full of clouds until around 8pm Saturday night when the clouds cleared and a bazillion stars came out. It was close to the new moon so no moonlight to interfere, and no city light pollution for miles. The Milky Way appeared around 9pm, and slowly moved across the sky and Rainier until it was in this position around 1 a.m.
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