Photo Gallery:Annular Solar Eclipse (May 20, 2012)
Annular Solar Eclipse (May 20, 2012)
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LocationGranada Hills, CA
Date5/20/2012 6:32 PM
EquipmentCelestron PowerSeeker 127 EQ, Canon PowerShot G11
DescriptionMaximum coverage (approx. 85%) in Granada Hills, California
EquipmentKikon D80 with 200 mm telephoto f 2.5 with doubler (Eff FL 400mm), portable tracking mount
DescriptionMontage of the annular solar eclipse of May 20, taken from utah, beginning to end, as sun sets behind a mountain
DateMay 20, 2012
EquipmentLunt 100 solar Ha telescope and DMK 41 camera
DescriptionFull solar disk in annular eclipse with prominences
Date7:46pm, May 20, 2012
EquipmentCanon 60D DSLR, 70-300mm lens set at 300mm and f/5.6, ISO 200, BAADER Solar Filter, 1/8000-second
DescriptionCenter of annularity of the May 20, 2012 solar eclipse taken less than a mile from the centerline of the eclipse.
DateMay 20, 2012, 8:39 pm CDT
EquipmentNikon D200, 200mm telephoto lens
DescriptionRing eclipse photo taken just after third contact through a break in clouds. Scene is just northeast of Sundown, TX adjacent to a producing oil well. Image has resolution lowered to meet posting requirements.
Date20 May 2012
EquipmentD800 14mm - 24mm f/2.8 @ 17mm
LocationRed Bluff, CA
DateMay 20, 2012 from 5:42 through 7:02 PM
EquipmentCanon 300mm f4L lens with 1.4X extender attached to Canon Rebel Xsi camera with Thousand Oaks Optical RG 4000 solar filter
DescriptionSequence showing five stages of the May 20th eclipse.
LocationPage AZ / Tucson AZ
Date20 May 2012 / 05 May 2012
EquipmentCanon Rebel XT with 300mm Lens
DescriptionHere's a size comparison of the annular eclipse to the full moon of May 5, 2012. Both images were taken by the same camera and lens. We were so close. Why couldn't the Supermoon have waited just another two weeks? We could have had a Super Eclipse!
LocationCathedral Gorge, Nevada
EquipmentTakahashi TOA130 on an EM-200 mount with white light filter and Canon 5DM3 and 1.4x tele extender.
DescriptionThis is a spatially compressed composite of five separate images. The tight image spacing retains all the image detail while presenting it in a more compact, aesthetically pleasing arrangement.
LocationSanta Fe, NM
DateMay 20 1935
EquipmentNikon D300 with 70~200 f2.8 Zoom Lens
DescriptionThe view from Santa Fe, NM, of the Eclipse on May 20, 2012