Just after the end of totality | A.Marchini, A.Borsi, M.Chiappini, R.Garosi, E.Graverini, S.Mancino, H.Nasimi, M.Zampelli, S.Zaza (Astronomical Observatory, University of Siena – Italy)

Photographer
A.Marchini, A.Borsi, M.Chiappini, R.Garosi, E.Graverini, S.Mancino, H.Nasimi, M.Zampelli, S.Zaza (Astronomical Observatory, University of Siena - Italy)
Email
marchini@unisi.it
Location of photo
Asciano (Siena), Italy
Date/Time of photo
15 june 2011, h 21.07 UT
Equipment
Canon Eos 500D at prime focus of a Celestron C5+ scope
Description
Five minutes after the end of totality, the moon looks like an eyeball.
Website
http://www.unisi.it/fisica/astro
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