The Total Lunar Eclipse in the arms of the Joshua Tree

Robert Stephens
Location of photo
The Center for Solar System Studies, Landers, California
Date/Time of photo
January 31, 2018
Canon 60d camera with 85mm lens
The Total Lunar Eclipse was setting over Landers, California as it was nestling into the arms of a Joshua Tree.
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Robert Stephens

About Robert Stephens

Amateur astronomer for over 40 years. Treasurer of AAVSO and the Society for Astronomical Sciences. Eclipse chaser having seen 16 Total Solar Eclipses and 16 Total Lunar Eclipses. Asteroid researcher having obtained over 850 asteroid lightcurves, and having discovered or co-discovered several binary asteroids. Asteroid 39890 Bobstephens named in honor. Winner of 2009 Chambliss Amateur Achievement Award from the American Astronomical Society.
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