Lunar earthshine and δ-Geminorum during totality | Thomas M. Marsella

Photographer
Thomas M. Marsella
Email
thomas94114@yahoo.com
Location of photo
Easter Island
Date/Time of photo
July 11, 2010, 20:10 UTC
Equipment
Vixen Sphinx SX GEM Takahashi FSQ-106ED with Extender QE 850mm f/8 Canon 5D MkII, ISO 100, 2 sec
Description
Lunar earthshine during the total phase of the eclipse of the sun at Easter Island, July 11. 2010. The 3.5 magnitude star δ-Geminorum was visible about 1/2 degree west of the moon.
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