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Lunar Eclipse

 

this was actually taken around 3:30 AM. Time is off on my camera. Need to fix that.

 

I didn't want to crop in on this at all because then I'd lose all the stars that are visible in the photo. Thankfully it wasn't cold outside last night. Just around 50 degrees F

  

last night we had a partial lunar eclipse, it looked amazing!!

 

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Moon - WO Z80 refractor and DFK51 camera

Stars - WO FLT132 refractor and EOS350d DSLR

All taken at the same time and combined in Photoshop

PC210121 (Explore 12/21/10 # 307) The wind was shaking the tripod, and it was brutally cold, but I'm glad I got up to see this at 3:10 am

First shot taken at about 6:22pm, last shot taken about 8:12pm

See it Large and On Black

June 2011 lunar eclipse over Cairns, QLD. Composite of 2 exposures to clearly capture the landscape, galaxy and moon.

10 x 3 seconds exposures

ISO 200

Celestron SCT 6"

Canon 550D

Lynkeos > PS

Great lunar eclipse this morning. Not really happy with the images, as I don't think my 300mm f/4 Nikkor was in perfect focus. But at least i can say I got up and shot it.

 

The Lunar Eclipse process starting from the full moon through to when dawn was breaking and the moon took on a pinkish tone.

I am sure some of my astrophotography contacts will laugh at this measly image but I was surprised I was able to get anything. It was cloudy when I went to bed but the clouds did breakoff just in time. ( explore # 13 ) my thanks to everyone

Me and a friend spent around one hour on trying to take photos of the lunar eclipse. However, my tripod sucks...It was so hard to locate the moon in the viewfinder. Oh, and it was very windy and cold outdoors tonight! That's why it's also so hard to keep the camera stable and get a very sharp shot...

 

But I really like the stars around the moon.

Spent an amazing night taking photos of the moon, stars, and sculptures in the moonlight.

Just having a little fun with the lunar eclipse. These are about 10 minutes apart.

Last remains of the June 15 eclipse 2011.

eclipse proceso completo

  

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Does anybody know what the other dot is??

Another shot of last nights lunar eclipse.

Taken from Mordialloc, Victoria, Australia.

 

This morning's total lunar eclipse. Handheld (unfortunately).

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I started this sequence at around 6:05 am this morning. Wish I could have gotten the other half of the sequence, but moonset occurred before the full lunar eclipse was over.

 

114 in 2014, #18 special

Spent an amazing night taking photos of the moon, stars, and sculptures in the moonlight.

Got up really early this morning to watch and capture the lunar eclipse. Here are some of my captures in a collage. Unfortunately my "old" camera didn't work as well as I hoped for and at the end the camera fogged up ;-( Oh well - the next blood moon is April 15, 2015 ;-)

Now I'm on my way to catch up with everybody - sorry I'm so far behind again!!

This is my favorite- it was very different from the rest of my photos as the clouds appeared as fire around the lunar eclipse.

Okay, so I got out there a little late, but I still got a pretty colored moon!

Shoot free hand, 400mm with IS on.

Time to exposed fully eclipsed moon was 1/15 at f 5.6 and the photographs were still very underexposed, unfortunately this was all I could get away with (sort of) hand held.

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