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Penumbral Eclipse of the MOON (20200110)

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Penumbral Eclipse of the MOON (20200110)

Post by pedro » Sat Jan 11, 2020 9:28 pm

Penumbral Eclipse of the MOON (20200110)

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PENUMBRAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON
(20200110) | Pedro RÉ
TEC140 F/7
GS3-U3-28S4M
TAKAHASHI EM400
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FULL MOON (20200110) | Pedro RE’
TV101, FS102, TEC140 F/7
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GS3-U3-41C6M, ZWO ASI174MM
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FULL MOON (20200110)

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MOON (20200110). TEC140 F/7, IR-pass filter, PGR GRASSHOPPER 3 GS3-U3-28S4M, four-pane mosaic (PENUMBRAL ECLIPSE)

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MOON (20200110). TEC140 F/7, IR-pass filter, PGR GRASSHOPPER 3 GS3-U3-28S4M, four-pane mosaic

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MOON (20200110). TEC140 F/7, IR-pass filter, PGR GRASSHOPPER 3 GS3-U3-28S4M, four-pane mosaic

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MOON (20200110). TEC140 F/7, IR-pass filter, PGR GRASSHOPPER 3 GS3-U3-28S5M, four-pane mosaic

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MOON (20200110). TEC140 F/7, IR-pass filter, GS3-U3-41C6M

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MOON (20200110). TEC140 F/7, IR-pass filter, ASI ZWO 174MM, two-pane mosaic

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MOON (20200110). FS102 F/8, IR-pass filter, ASI ZWO 174MM, two-pane mosaic

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MOON (20200110). FS102 F/8, IR-pass filter, ASI ZWO 174MM, two-pane mosaic

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MOON (20200110). FS102 F/8, IR-pass filter, ASI ZWO 174MM, two-pane mosaic

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MOON (20200110). TV101 F/5.4, IR-pass filter, PGR GRASSHOPPER 3 GS3-U3-28S4M/GS3-U3-28S5M

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MOON (20200110). TV101 F/5.4, IR-pass filter, PGR GRASSHOPPER 3 GS3-U3-28S5M

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MOON (20200110). TV101 F/5.4, IR-pass filter, PGR GRASSHOPPER 3 GS3-U3-28S4M
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Re: Penumbral Eclipse of the MOON (20200110)

Post by hopskipson » Sat Jan 11, 2020 9:36 pm

Nice Images of the Penumbral Eclipse! Thanks for sharing

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Post by rsfoto » Sat Jan 11, 2020 10:12 pm

Hi Pedro,

Very good but unfortunately barely visible the darkening
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Post by MAURITS » Sun Jan 12, 2020 7:19 am

Great shots Pedro.
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Post by MapleRidge » Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:49 pm

Very nice set of full moon images as well as the hint of the eclipse.

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Post by marktownley » Sun Jan 12, 2020 4:27 pm

Nice shots Pedro! You had fun playing with all those different combos.
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Re: Penumbral Eclipse of the MOON (20200110)

Post by Montana » Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:25 am

Some lovely images Pedro :hamster:
The clouds actually parted just to give me a view of the Moon at 19:10UTC on Friday, I could visibly see a darker patch over the big crater side, but not very spectacular.
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Re: Penumbral Eclipse of the MOON (20200110)

Post by pedro » Mon Jan 13, 2020 11:37 am

Actually I have a nice story to tell. I thought that something was wrong with one of my setups (TV101). Part of the Moon was darker and I had the hair drier ready to try to solve the problem. I was not aware that a penumbral eclipse was happening (shame on me, I should know). Having said this I deleted some of the first videos and could not get them back. Only on Sunday I realised that we had a penumbral eclipse on Saturday... lesson learned

BTW great eclipse image Alexandra

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Post by eroel » Mon Jan 13, 2020 3:18 pm

euro:
Superb presentations.
Thanks for sharing them.
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Post by Montana » Mon Jan 13, 2020 7:58 pm

:lol: you make me laugh Pedro :lol:
Pete Lawrence said " If you know the Moon you will notice the eclipse, if you don't, it will look normal"
You know the Moon! but you blamed the equipment :lol:

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Re: Penumbral Eclipse of the MOON (20200110)

Post by pedro » Tue Jan 14, 2020 9:50 am

Thanks Alexandra

I knew something was going on, and you're right, I blamed the equipment...

I should not have deleted the first videos. I tried to get them back but it was not that simple since I recorded other stuff on the same directory.

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Post by mattwastell » Wed Jan 15, 2020 9:09 am

Hello Pedro.
I hope you are well.
The images are great - subtle but we know what we are looking for!
I missed this here as we were clouded out / smoked out.
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Post by salvo lauricella » Wed Jan 15, 2020 3:18 pm

Very nice images set!

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Post by Astrophil » Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:05 pm

Enjoyable images and funny story. At least you took the lens cap off.

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Post by Carbon60 » Fri Jan 17, 2020 6:50 pm

Beautiful images, Pedro. Funny story too.

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