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Total Lunar Eclipse: March 3, 2007
LocationPouzauges, France West
Date3 march 2007
EquipmentLunette 80ED + canon EOS 350D :100 iso / 10s
DescriptionA beautiful eclipse of the moon in France. A lot of clouds and a lot of luck ;o) Frank
LocationThe boardwalk at the Jersey Shore
EquipmentTripod mounted Pentax istD DSLR, 18-125mm Sigma lens at 125mm. 2 second exposures.
DescriptionI chose the boardwalk to insure that I had a flat horizon; but a distant cloud bank did not permit seeing the Moon until it was about 5º above the ocean. After about a 30 minute window a low level cloud layer quickly developed covering the sky. This happened just after the Moon began exiting the umbra.
Date3-5 march 2007
Equipment80 mm f/7 Scopos APO Canon EOS 350D Meade LXD 75
DescriptionThe Lunar Eclipse with photos taken at 10 min. intervals.
DateMarch 3rd 2007 9:30-11pm
EquipmentNikon D70 digital camera, Nikon 70-300mm lense. Images shot at F/8 from 1/250 to 4 second exposures and at ISO 200
DescriptionThe photograph shows the development of the total Lunar eclipse that on the night of March 3rd 2007. It demonstrates the change from the moon as it would usually be seen through the early stages of eclipse and eventually to totality and the bright red colour that came with it.
LocationStuanton, VA., USA
DateApprox. 6:45pm EST, 3/3/07
EquipmentFuji S2Pro digital slr, 80-200 at F2.8, 4 sec. exp.
DescriptionMoon in totality over Shenedoah Valley.
EquipmentFuji Finepix S9500 mounted on tripod,focal length 66.7mm, 2s exposure at f5.6
DescriptionThe moon emerges from the umbra at the end of the total phase.
PhotographerAmir Hossein Abolfath
Date3rd of March
EquipmentWilliam Optics 110 Apo, Canon EOS 30D
DescriptionThe picture shows an occultation of moon and 56 leonis, a variable star shining around 5th magnitude.
LocationMy balcony in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
DateMarch 3, 2007 at 2359 UT
EquipmentAntares 105mm, f/10, refractor with a 40mm (25x) eyepiece and my Olympus C-750 Digital Camera mounted over eyepiece.
DescriptionThe ending of the Lunar Eclipse. I used about 15x zoom, 1.6 second exposure,ISO 400 and using Registax I messed with 3 images to enhance it.
PhotographerJay & Geni Edwards
Date03/03/2007 - 19:11 EST
EquipmentCanon A40 Powershot, set at 400 ASA, 105 MM zoom, f/4.5, 1.3 second exposure afocal thru an 80 MM, f/5 refractor using a 40 MM eyepiece
DescriptionAfter driving 3 hours SE to outrun a weather front, the clouds finally parted and we were presented with a beautiful eclipse. The return drive back thru the front included an ice storm!
Date4th March 2007 , 05:42 AM (GMT +5:50)
EquipmentDigital Camera used is Sony-Cybershot DSC S600. This is a Binoculars shot without using 'flash' and both were mounted on a stool. ISO : 200 Exposure time : 1 second F-Number : F/5.1 Focal Length : 15 mm Megapixel : 6.0
DescriptionThe view of the total lunar eclipse from first floor.It shows moon while leaving the Umbra region in the west direction. Maximum eclipse occured at 4:50 AM. [592 X 471 Dimentions of this photograph] This is a cropped version ,original Photo (2816 X 2112) can be found here : http://img241.imageshack.us/img241/7769/dsc02360ki4.jpg