Lunar Eclipse Photographs [Image 8]
This page contains lunar eclipse photographs produced by members of the University
The Lunar Eclipse of August 28, 2007
Photos by Doug Scobel
On August 28, 2007, there was a total eclipse of the moon. It was visible in North & South America, Australia
and Eastern Asia. Doug Scobel took some photographs that morning. He wrote the following:
Here’s a composite of eighteen images I took this morning, starting at 4:47AM and ending at 5:58AM.
I used my Canon PowerShot A620 with 1.75x teleconverter, mounted on a tripod.
Exposures ranged from 1/640 second to two seconds, all at an effective f/7.2.
I used Paint Shop Pro version 8.0 to assemble the composite.
Hope you all got to see the show, it sure was purdy!
(Click on this image to see a larger version).
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