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Using a t ring and an adapter with a Made etx90ec, I got this shot
To nights moon,
haven't done a moon shot in a while,its so bright to night couldn't resist.
Taken with meade LX200 ACF telescope as lens (2500mm focal length ) and canon 5dmark ii .
This is my ongoing Moon phase project, this started out at approx half of an (average) months worth of the moon's different phases.....but it is growing!.
Our Natural Satellite "rises" approximately 50 minutes later every night, so getting a full months Moon phase has proved impossible to achieve in the same month, add to this cloudy nights (and "day" Moon's).........as I get new phases I will add them to the composite.
Definately a 'right place right time' scenario. Taken through a telescope (1200mm focal length)
A full moon was rising over a misty sky as the sunlight lit up the misty cirrus clouds that gave a vivid orange glow to contrast with the blue night and white reflections. The moon controls are ocean tides and is our only satellite the firth largest one in our solar system. It takes 29 days to orbit the earth. It is about 92 million miles away. It is about 1/4 the size of earth and is more egg shaped then round. There is no atmosphere and no wind and temperatures can vary from from 253° F (123° C) to -387° F (-233° C). Humans landed on the moon in 1969 and brought back moon rocks. One human had there ashes sent to the moon on a spacecraft in 1999. The moon inspires lovers, poets, scientists, artists and many songs. Sometimes I want to give the moon a big hug and say thanks for being there to reflect the sun and help us tell time and just looking cool.
و القمر قدرناه منازل حتى عاد كالعرجون القديم .. سورة يس، آية 39
"And the Moon, ---We have measured for her mansions (to serve) till she returns like the old (and withered) lower part of a date stalk."
I cropped the actual shot and it seems closer than using 200mm coz its 10.2 Megapixels =)
Global Village, Dubayy
Copyright 2007 - Abdulla (ThE~uNiQuE or UNIQMEZ)
...captured in Kenya in a great night :-)
♦ Explore: 193 on Monday, November 24, 2008 ♦
Got this moon shot handheld full zoom at 400mm using my 70-200mm F2.8 G lens + 2x TC. Playing with the WB giving this blue moon color!
Shot of full moon as seen from Dallas-Fort Worth area on a cool winter night with my new 300mm lens. Shutter priority, 1/400 sec, f/5.6, ISO 200, 300mm. I added a little color for artistic effect. Thanks for the lens, Mike.
The Wolf Moon is a full moon that occurs in January. Its name comes from hungry wolf packs that would howl outside the villages of Native Americans. This full moon is also known as the Old Moon or the Moon After Yule.
It was 5 degrees when I bundled up and went out to get this shot.....but it was well worth it, the moon was huge and bright!
You knew that. Stockport UK.
Made Explore #23. Thanks everyone. And to think I only nipped outside to put the bins out.
This is an "Untouched" photo of the moon using my Orion Polarized Moon Filter.
Vendredi, 4 décembre 2009.
Friday, December 4th, 2009.
Lever de lune masqué en partie par un épais nuage. Couleurs naturelles.
Rise of the moon masked partially by a thick cloud. Natural colours.
I think I've taken one other picture of the moon before. I always love looking at moon pics, but my camera is so mediocre that I don't even want to try this sort of thing.
However, tonight the moon was just so beautiful. I swallowed my pride & here it is: My post of the moon. I don't even think it's full moon (I don't follow these things), it was just a beautiful moon. It's not the best shot ever, but it's my best shot with what I have and know. Still learning, so may post another again in the future - let's hope I can blow you away! :)
Besides, I think Lila posted the full moon this morning, right guys? LOL!
The second full moon of any month is called the Blue Moon. Last night was a blue moon!! Jose Quervo and I drank until we found the worm!! Good health and Prosperity to you all in 2010!!
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Canon EOS 550D
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM @200mm + 2x extender = 400mm
Canon EF extender 2x III
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3
A rather rushed (poor quality) photo of my moon tonight.
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The Moon, of course the image is not so sharp, my little camera don't have that "BIG" zoom, but we can see some craters. After taken this photo, an falling star just crossed the sky right in front of the Moon. Was one of the greatest thing i ever seen. I hope you like this picture. Dont worry, when i have powerfull lenses i will make better shots. :)
I made a time lapsed video of the Moon rise, you can watch here:
Canon PowerShot A470 (Manual mode)
Light Metering: Pontual
Focal lenght: 21,6 m.m.