Eclipse by DBPhotographe

View on “Roches de Crépin” or “Main de Crépin” in french 😉 Lac Long, Haute Vallée de la Clarée / France.
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Eclipsis Lunaris by Edouard

02h34 . 06h20
400mm

French :
Dans la nuit du 28 septembre 2015, une éclipse lunaire totale, une “super-lune” de couleur sang a eu lieu.
Pour cette éclipse, la lune était au plus proche de la Terre.

Ceci est un montage des phases de l’éclipse lunaire, 02h34 à 06h20 du matin.
C’est la première fois que je photographie cet événement.
C’était un véritable défi, avec des réglages à effectuer à chaque prise.
Les conditions météo n’étaient pas favorables au début de l’éclipse lunaire avec des nuages par intermittence.

La distance moyenne séparant la Terre de la Lune est de 384 400 km. Elle est le cinquième plus grand satellite du système solaire, avec un diamètre de 3 474 km.

Au cours d’une éclipse totale de la Lune, les rayons lumineux passant dans l´atmosphère terrestre sont déviés par la réfraction atmosphérique et éclairent la Lune.
Ce flux lumineux est plus proche au centre de la Lune et se traduit par une coloration rougeâtre, qui rappelle un peu la couleur du ciel terrestre au moment du coucher de soleil.
Les autres régions de la Lune sont peu colorées, d´une teinte généralement grise.
L´aspect, les couleurs et l´intensité de l´éclairement sont très variables d´une éclipse à l´autre, sont imprévisibles et dépendent fortement des conditions météorologiques atmosphériques sur le terminateur terrestre.

Photo prise avec un Canon 5D Mark III et un objectif de 400mm.

English :
On the night of September 28, 2015, a total lunar eclipse, a “super moon” color of blood took place.
For this eclipse, the moon was closer to Earth.

This is a phase of mounting Lunar Eclipse, 02h34h to 06h20h in the morning.
This is the first time I photograph this event.
It was a real challenge, with adjustments to be made for each outlet.
Weather conditions were not favorable at the beginning of Lunar Eclipse with clouds intermittently.

The average distance between the Earth and the Moon is 384 400 km. It is the fifth largest satellite in the solar system with a diameter of 3474 kilometers.

During a total eclipse of the moon, the light rays passing into the Earth’s atmosphere are deflected by atmospheric refraction and illuminate the Moon.
This light output is closer to the center of the Moon and resulting in a reddish color, which is somewhat reminiscent of the color of the earth’s sky when sunset.
The other regions of the Moon are not colored, typically Due gray tint.
The appearance, color and intensity of the illumination vary greatly Due to eclipse the other, are unpredictable and highly dependent on atmospheric weather on Earth’s terminator.

Photo taken with a Canon 5D Mark III and a 400mm lens.

28 September 2015 2:34 AM and 6:20 AM GMT+1 Located country : France / city : Perpignan

Copyright Photography . 2015 . BECAVIN Edouard

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Super blood moon eclipse by funkyporcupine

My final photo of the 2015 supermoon lunar eclipse.

Photo was taken with a Canon EOS 60D and a Takahashi TOA130 triplet APO refractor telescope.

I took time to edit my images and here is the result.

Hope you like it!

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Moon eclipse sequence by NandoHarmsen

A compilation of the moon eclipse
The images are taken every 6 minutes, from 2:54 am until 6:38 am

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Earth Shadow by AaronGroen

Here are 5 different shots I took showing the SuperMoon/lunar eclipse or ‪#‎SuperBloodMoon‬ as seen from South Dakota.
All shots were taken with a Canon EOS 6D and EF70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USMlens.
starting on the left,
Shot 1
9/27/2015 – 8:57:50 PM at 1/250 sec; f/5.6; ISO 800,300mm
Shot 2
9/27/2015 – 9:18:19 PM at 1/4 sec; f/5.6; ISO 8000, 280mm
Shot 3
9/27/2015 – 10:07:26 PM at 0.8 sec; f/5.6; ISO 6400, 280mm
Shot 4
9/27/2015 – 10:40:58 PM at 0.3 sec; f/5.6; ISO 3200 270mm
Shot 5
9/27/2015 – 11:26:29 PM at 1/320 sec; f/5.6; ISO 100 300mm
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Blood Moon Castle by EmmanuelCoveney

Composite photo – Thank you so much for viewing my images!
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Super Moon Lunar Eclipse by pensrud

On a cloudy but beautiful evening in Texas was able to capture the different phases of the eclipse last night. I invited any interested neighbors out to photograph the eclipse and to teach them about night photography. Several neighbors came out for the event. Some brought their own cameras, some came and used mine, while I explained ISO, Aperture and shutter speeds and how they work together. Sent them home with some information and a few good images.

Great time.

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