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    Blood Moon pics

    Thought I'd throw something in here with hopes some great pics will follow from others.

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    Sony A7Riii 400mm zoom; F5.6; 1/2.5sec; ISO 10,000
    Cropped but unedited.
    Last edited by George; 2019-Jan-21 at 07:03 AM.
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    We took lots of cell phone pics, which I expect to find uniformly awful when we look at them on the computer. I did, at least, figure out how to use the "Pro" setting on the phone, which allowed me to fiddle with exposure and focus.

    ETA: Oops, forgot to say yours is lovely. Guess I should gotten out the DSLR.
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    Nice pic, unfortunately our clear skies became translucently overcast just at peak eclipse time.

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    This one turned out pretty well, I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey View Post
    This one turned out pretty well, I think.
    Pretty!

    Here's one other I thought was okay, taken prior to totality.
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    My son texted his mother, my wife to watch the totality, while I was sleeping soundly. She said It was awesome.

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    That's a nice catch, George!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riddler View Post
    That's a nice catch, George!
    Thanks. What a nice first post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George View Post
    Thanks. What a nice first post.
    Yeah, I've been lurking around the sections of the forum until I feel to comment on this lastest phenomenon.

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    Apparently, there was an impact on the Moon during the eclipse. here
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    Quote Originally Posted by George View Post
    Apparently, there was an impact on the Moon during the eclipse. here
    That's another interesting event during the eclipse. Some observers even have interesting thoughts about that "light".

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