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Full Moon (and Partial Eclipse), January 10 2020

10 Jan

Ein bisschen Mondfinsternis, von heute Abend. Das erste Bild ist vom Mond, der den Kernschatten der Erde tangiert, aufgenommen um 20.13 Uhr. Die übrigen Bilder zeigen den Mond im Halbschatten mit rötlichem Hof, aufgenommen kurz nach 19.00 Uhr.

A bit of lunar eclipse, from this evening. First photo shows the moon touching upon the earth’s umbra, at 20.13. The other photos show the full moon in the earth’s penumbra with a red halo, at around 7 pm.

Gallery

The Last Full Moon for 2019

12 Dec

10 Seconds

17 Jul

You have probably had enough eclipse photos thrown at you by now. Alas, I at least wanted to add an own photo to my “Sun, Moon and Stars” collection. So here are is a sequence of the partially eclipsed moon, 1 per second… and a simple one of the eclipse, 2 minutes before midnight. That was the best I could do with a tripod and Sigma lens. At least one can see the Tycho and Grimaldi Crater, as well as the Mare Nubium and Humorum.

Blood Moon and Mars Opposition

28 Jul

Lunar Eclipse, July 27th 2018

Mars appears… Lunar Eclipse, July 27th 2018

Lunar Eclipse, July 27th 2018: the moment the moon exits the earth’s core shadow, with Mars to the lower right

End of lunar eclipse, July 28th 2018: still some shadow visible as well as a wonderful view on the moon’s surface structures

My impressions from the lunar eclipse and Mars opposition that occurred July 27th 2018, Düsseldorf

Camera: Canon Eos 7D Mark II, lenses: Sigma 300 m, Canon EFS 18-135 mm