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    lunar eclipse with small plane passing through umbra


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    Neuro - really like the stars in, a wider field of view a perhaps a stop brighter?? to bring out more stars???? I was traveling for business and was able to get outside and see the eclipse but the agenda really didn't allow for the transport of camera gear. arrrggghhhh

    I was able to get outside and look at the eclipse and agree w/ Brant that it was really surprisingly dark. I would be interesting to do some sort of tracked shot so a longer exposure could have been used to bring in the stars. (perhaps some astro guys did it somewhere)

    Like everyone's shots. Thanks for sharing.
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    It was cloudy quite a bit of the time, but the moon was free for a period of time.

    2015_09_27_13166_LR_upd_8x10 by dthrog00, on Flickr

    Thanks for viewing.
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    An hour in the life on an eclipse. One picture every 10 minutes.


    Lunar Eclipse 092715
    by Mark Johnson, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_Six View Post
    An hour in the life on an eclipse. One picture every 10 minutes.
    V cool.

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    great shots guys!

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    All excellent shots here. I particularly like the Mark's hour in the life of an eclipse.

    Very disappointed that it was cloudy here and I didn't get a chance at any myself.

    Stephen

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