Moon over Portinho Arrábida, Portugalhttp://www.astrosurf.com/astroarte/Ecli ... al-net.jpg
Copyright: Miguel Claro
In Portugal the moon eclipsed was born in the phase of totality, and only became visible in the hours of nautical twilight at 21h43 (local time). In the picture we can see the different tone of the track of the eclipse, while the Moon is moving out of the shadow cone of the Earth.Eclipsed Moon over Ljubljana, Slovenia
Copyright: Andrej GustinFrom a Balcony in Greecehttp://farm4.static.flickr.com/3025/583 ... 280a_b.jpg
Copyright: Dimitrios TsortanidisTotal Lunar Eclipse from Parkes Observatory (Australia)
Copyright: John M. Sarkissian
Early this morning I took a series of photographs of the Total Lunar Eclipse as seen from Parkes Observatory.
The sky was beautifully clear with not a single cloud to be seen (and not a breath of wind). As I was driving to the dish, the Moon began to enter the umbra. It was a great sight.
When I arrived at the telescope, I made my way to the adjacent field, which had recently been plowed. I was greeted with the glorious scene of the observatory dishes strewn out below the star clouds of the Milky Way. Scorpius was directly above The DISH with the deep red Moon to the right of it.
Soon Scorpius began to set behind The DISH as the sky began to brighten with the twilight. I had positioned myself to capture the eclipsed Moon setting behind the Dish, but as the sky brightened, it became increasingly hard to see the Moon at all. About 25 minutes before it was due to set, I lost it altogether. I missed the chance to capture the eclipsed Moon looming above the Dish.Eclipsed Moon from the Beach of La Garoupe, Antibes, France
Copyright: Yves RoudierTotal Lunar Eclipse, as seen from Athens, Greece
Copyright: Kosmas GazeasEclipsed Moon over the Oceanarium at the Park of Nations, Lisbon
Copyright: Emanuel MagessiMoon Eclipse Over Spain
Copyright: Fernando Ortuño
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