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Animated Lunar Eclipse








Dec 21 2010
 
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Lunar Eclipse








Oct.27.04 - 2105hr
 
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Lunar Eclipse








Oct.27.04 - 2204hr
 
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Lunar Eclipse








Oct.27.04 - 2238hr
 
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Lunar Eclipse - 1








Dec 21, 2010
Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Lunar Eclipse - 2








Dec 21, 2010
Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Lunar Eclipse - 3








Dec 21, 2010 
Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Partial Lunar Eclipse April 4, 2015 #1

Likely most people missed the partial lunar eclipse this morning 
as the Sun came up and the Moon was going down. We were not 
situated very good in eastern Canada to see the total eclipse 
before moonset, but it was at least well underway. 

The difference from the first shot (#1) to the last (#3) 
was about 1/2 an hour (6:12 to 6:40) and both with the same 
lense settings too (200mm). The view from west of Keene was worth getting up for though. This is the third lunar eclipse in the 
last 18 months and the fourth will be in late September this 
year and we should be better positioned to see the whole eclipse.

Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Partial Lunar Eclipse April 4, 2015 #2

Likely most people missed the partial lunar eclipse this morning 
as the Sun came up and the Moon was going down. We were not 
situated very good in eastern Canada to see the total eclipse 
before moonset, but it was at least well underway. 

The difference from the first shot (#1) to the last (#3) 
was about 1/2 an hour (6:12 to 6:40) and both with the same 
lense settings too (200mm). The view from west of Keene was worth getting up for though. This is the third lunar eclipse in the 
last 18 months and the fourth will be in late September this 
year and we should be better positioned to see the whole eclipse.

Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Partial Lunar Eclipse April 4, 2015 #2

Likely most people missed the partial lunar eclipse this morning 
as the Sun came up and the Moon was going down. We were not 
situated very good in eastern Canada to see the total eclipse 
before moonset, but it was at least well underway. 

The difference from the first shot (#1) to the last (#3) 
was about 1/2 an hour (6:12 to 6:40) and both with the same 
lense settings too (200mm). The view from west of Keene was worth getting up for though. This is the third lunar eclipse in the 
last 18 months and the fourth will be in late September this 
year and we should be better positioned to see the whole eclipse.

Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Europe








Jan 4, 2011
Gabriel Bliard
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Oct. 23, 2014

First Contact

Picture by Sean Dunne
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Oct. 23, 2014

Mid-eclipse

Picture by Sean Dunne
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Oct. 23, 2014

Just before sunset

Picture by Sean Dunne
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Oct. 23, 2014

Observing using projection method
No need for eye protection

Picture by Sean Dunne
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Oct. 23, 2014

Early Contact

Picture by Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Oct. 23, 2014

Mid Eclipse

Picture by Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Oct. 23, 2014

Just before sunset

Picture by Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Oct. 23, 2014

Closeup of image projection

Picture by Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Oct. 23, 2014

Panoramic view of some of the attendees
and various viewing devices and methods

Picture by Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Partial Solar Eclipse Nov 3 2013
 
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Saturn-Lunar Ecilpse-Regulus








02.20.08
 
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Solar Ecilpse_1








25.12.00
 
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Solar Ecilpse_2








25.12.00
 
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Solar Ecilpse_3








25.12.00
 
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Total Lunar Eclipse








Oct.04 - 2017hrs
 
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Total Lunar Eclipse Sept 27, 2015 #1

These photos were taken from my driveway, with my camera tripod
mounted and facing south away from the street lights. The 
lens was a 70  200 mm zoom lens at 200mm (300mm on APS-C sensor) 
for the first and accidentally at 175mm (262.5mm) for the final 
two photos.

The clouds were just sneaking into the third photo which was 
taken at a time pretty close to full totality.

Harold Briggs
 
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Total Lunar Eclipse Sept 27, 2015 #2

These photos were taken from my driveway, with my camera tripod
mounted and facing south away from the street lights. The 
lens was a 70  200 mm zoom lens at 200mm (300mm on APS-C sensor) 
for the first and accidentally at 175mm (262.5mm) for the final 
two photos.

The clouds were just sneaking into the third photo which was 
taken at a time pretty close to full totality.

Harold Briggs
 
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Total Lunar Eclipse Sept 27, 2015 #3

These photos were taken from my driveway, with my camera tripod
mounted and facing south away from the street lights. The 
lens was a 70  200 mm zoom lens at 200mm (300mm on APS-C sensor) 
for the first and accidentally at 175mm (262.5mm) for the final 
two photos.

The clouds were just sneaking into the third photo which was 
taken at a time pretty close to full totality.

Harold Briggs
 
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Total Lunar Eclipse Sept 27, 2015 #4

Here is a little set of lunar eclipse shots from last night. The
clouds and rain were a pain, but it was worth the effort (I think).

#4 is just as the Moon almost finished slipping into the umbra
#5 is during totality
#6 is the opposite of #1025, as the Moon has just started to 
leave the umbral shadow.

It was a challenge and most of the event was clouded out in this
area, but it goes to show what patience can do.

All images taken near Keene using a 400D camera on the back of an
8" SCT.

Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Total Lunar Eclipse Sept 27, 2015 #5

Here is a little set of lunar eclipse shots from last night. The
clouds and rain were a pain, but it was worth the effort (I think).

#4 is just as the Moon almost finished slipping into the umbra
#5 is during totality
#6 is the opposite of #1025, as the Moon has just started to 
leave the umbral shadow.

It was a challenge and most of the event was clouded out in this
area, but it goes to show what patience can do.

All images taken near Keene using a 400D camera on the back of an
8" SCT.

Rick Stankiewicz
 
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Total Lunar Eclipse Sept 27, 2015 #6

Here is a little set of lunar eclipse shots from last night. The
clouds and rain were a pain, but it was worth the effort (I think).

#4 is just as the Moon almost finished slipping into the umbra
#5 is during totality
#6 is the opposite of #1025, as the Moon has just started to 
leave the umbral shadow.

It was a challenge and most of the event was clouded out in this
area, but it goes to show what patience can do.

All images taken near Keene using a 400D camera on the back of an
8" SCT.

Rick Stankiewicz