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Lunar Eclipse Photographs [Image 8]

This page contains lunar eclipse photographs produced by members of the University Lowbrow Astronomers.

The Lunar Eclipse of August 28, 2007

Photos by Doug Scobel

The Lunar Eclipse of August 28, 2007 #1

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!

Doug

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