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Total Lunar Eclipse: March 3, 2007
PhotographerAlan C Tough
LocationBirnie, Moray, Scotland
DateMarch 3, 2007 23:55 UT
EquipmentCanon EOS 300D and 150 mm, f/2.8 lens on a Vixen GP Photo Guider. Exposure for the starfield image was 15 seconds, and for the Moon image the exposure was 2 seconds.
DescriptionThis is a composite image which was taken at Moray Astronomy Club's lunar eclipse party held at Birnie, Moray, Scotland on March 3, 2007. Over 60 people attended the event - the most successful in the club's history. The image was taken at 23:55 UT, near the end of totality, and shows the Moon in the starfield of Leo.
PhotographerJeffrey N. Myers
LocationNew York City, Washington Sq
DateMarch 3 7:18 PM EST
EquipmentHandheld Olympus E-volt 500, zoom lense at 40 mm focal length, f/4.0, 1/13 sec exposure at ISO 800.
DescriptionFull moon emerging from eclipse, in haze and clouds, over Washington Square Park, Greenwich Village in New York City.
LocationCastello di serravalle - Bologna (Italy)
Date03/04/07 h23 m52 s30
EquipmentTelescope: Skywatcher Newton 150X750 F5 Equatorial mount EQ 3.2 with A.R. and Dec. motor Nikon D80 shutter 6Sec. ISO200 JPEG fine.
DescriptionThis picture shows the light difraction on earth atmosphere on the moon entering the total lunar eclipse of this week end. I tried to show the "rainbow" color (like a prism do) on the moon surfce. Please excuse my bad english All tee best Giuliano
DateMarch, 4th 2007
EquipmentSchmidt-Cassegrain 8" Reflex Film Camera at the prime focus. Film: Kodak Gold 200
DescriptionThe picture is the result of a digital process. Two images were taken at the moon; the first when it was partially inside in the penumbra cone of the earth and the second when the moon was totally out of the earth shadow. The exposition of both the pictures is the same (1/1000 sec) A blend (subtraction) of the two inverted images gave me this result on which the light blue colored part at the right of the moon appears the penumbra. Hard to obtain with the traditional imaging techniques.
DateMarch, 03, 2007
EquipmentTelescope Celestron C14, AstroPhysics 1200 GT mount, Canon EOS 300d at ISO 200, 5sec exposure, primary focus, two image mosaic assembled in Photoshop.
Description2007 March total lunar eclipse. Image taken during a public session in the Portuguese Army's Geographical Institute. This image was taken at 23:06 UT, during totality.
Dateover the night
EquipmentCanon 20D with TS-102/660 Refractor AMOS Observatory
DescriptionThis photo shows an excerpt out of the Total lunar eclipse on March 03/04/07
LocationLong Island, NY
Date3/3/07, various times
Equipment4" f/10 Vixen refractor, Canon Digital Rebel DSLR
LocationHalandri, Athens Greece
DateMarch 3rd, 2007, 22:48 UT
EquipmentMak-Cas 127mm, 1500mm, Canon 350D, 10sec, ISO 800
DescriptionIt would have been an amazing eclipse if it wasn't for the cloudy night..
DateFrom 22:00 til 01:45
EquipmentSkywatcher 8" Newton on a Meade LXD-75 Mount. Pictures taken with Canon EOS 350d. Used Softwre: Registax 4.
DescriptionBig Version and more information can be found at http://foto.star-shine.ch/details.php?image_id=427
LocationMumbai, Maharashtra, India
DateDate : March 4, 2007, Times : 03.15am IST
Equipment4" Newtonian telescope, 25mm Wide Angle Kellner Eyepiece, 3.3 Mega Pixel Digial Camera
DescriptionI just hold camera on front of Telescope Eyepiece Lence and take many snaps in different camera modes.