Oh, my, it was cold out there! Not the greatest photos, but they make me happy! Shot in manual mode, with manual focus, 18-135 mm lens at 120mm; ISO 400; f/5.6; exp 2".
In the 2nd photo, I adjusted the levels significantly. And see that little planet/star thingy-in-the sky toward the bottom left? Not a smudge on my lens; . . . I checked space.com and I think it's Saturn! The other little ball toward the top right may be Regulus. This is what space.com says, " As the moonlight dims - it won't go totally dark - Saturn and Regulus will pop out and sandwich the moon. Regulus is the brightest star in the constellation Leo." Jupiter is going to be visible Friday night. Whatever it is, I really don't think it was the satellite shot down by the navy out in the Pacific! (which I think was going on at about this same time; lots of action in the sky these days!)
I wish I had gotten photos of the Perseid meteor shower I saw last summer in Minnesota from a houseboat in Voyageur National Park!