Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Ecllipse

Post by angelrls » Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:42 am

After spending a weekend playing with the raw frames, I ended up with this timelapse video of the Total Solar Eclipse 13/14 Nov 2012 which shows almost all the sequence. Please allow HD or Full HD versions to enjoy all the details of the timelapse. I hope you like it:
Click to play embedded YouTube video.
Observed from Mulligan Highway, 44 km south of Lakeland, Queensland, Australia
Individual frames obtained using Telescope Skywatcher D80mm, F600mm and a CANON EOS 600D at primary focus.

Credit: Ángel R. López-Sánchez
Australian Astronomical Observatory / Macquarie University (Australia)
Agrupación Astronómica de Córdoba / Red Andaluza de Astronomía (Spain)

Credit of the music: "Worldbuilder", by Fran Soto, Epic Soul Factory Xpansion Edition

More information:

- Direct link to YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_qo2Cdc ... e=youtu.be
- My blog "The Lined Wolf" (English): http://angelrls.wordpress.com/2012/11/2 ... r_eclipse/
- Mi blog "El Lobo Rayado" (Spanish) : http://angelrls.blogalia.com/historias/72660

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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by Paul Haese » Sun Nov 25, 2012 3:57 am

Taken from Palm Cove, this compilation of 35 images shows the corona of the sun during the eclipse.

Copyright: Paul Haese

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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by kwon o chul » Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:04 pm

Eclipse video.



Total Solar Eclipse
2012. Nov. 14. (local time)
Queensland Australia.

Photo by Kwon O Chul
using Canon 5D mark III + EF 24mm f/1.4L II
Canon 5D mark II + Nikkor Ai-s 600mm f/5.6 IF-ED new-type + Astrodreamtech Beatle

Video by Lee Tae Hyeong
using Sony A99 + Pentax SDHF 75

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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by Raymond Yeung » Tue Nov 27, 2012 4:45 am

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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by Petr H. » Tue Nov 27, 2012 5:43 am

In the Moon's shadow
Copyright: Petr Horálek
Like many others me and my Slovak friend decided to go out of cloudy forests around Cairns to see this spectacular solar eclipse. We stopped around 40 kilometres north-west from Mount Carbine at 3 o'clock and waited for sunrise. More than 100 cars went around us, so many of people, who sent so beautiful images here or on Spaceweather had to see us. The image shows three moments of totality in two point of view. For wide-angle images I used Canon 450D, Samyang 8 mm with f3,5. Detailed views are made by Canon 550D, MTO 500 mm/10. Unfortunately I was making a video tape, so I don't have any photo of totality. So I decided to make images from the video. I used always 7 frames (Canon HD video has 25 frames per second in resolution 1920x1080 px), for each of it I set another gama and stacked to HDR. And viola - this is the result. I wish you all could see it. So I bring at least this image to show, how amazing it was. But still - the view through my binoculars was more than 100 times better than this. Such a beautiful 2-minutes long moment...
Higher dimension (1800x2886 px): http://www.astronom.cz/horalek/gallery/ ... 1800px.jpg

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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by Guest » Tue Nov 27, 2012 6:51 pm

Here's a video I shot with my iPhone from Green Island, a few miles offshore from Cairns. Observe how clear the Moon's shadow is as it sweeps overhead.
Click to play embedded YouTube video.
And a nice pan from my iPhone 5:

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Another TSE2012 corona...

Post by rickstevenson » Fri Dec 07, 2012 7:41 am

A stack of 171 images taken with a Nikon D800E and 70-200mm lens (@ 200mm) on a fixed tripod.

Copyright: Rick Stevenson

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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by owlice » Mon Dec 10, 2012 6:57 am

Totality
Copyright: Shahrin Ahmad
astronomytechnology.blogspot.com
[attachment=1]HDR_11exposure_for_APOD.jpg[/attachment]

Totality in 3D
Copyright: Oscar Martin Mesonero
http://osae.info/documentos_osae/2012/2 ... tralia.htm
[attachment=0]eclipse_2012_cross_eyes_2_filtered.jpg[/attachment]

Cloudy Totality
Copyright: Stephen Mudge
http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/sc ... dyeclipse/
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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by owlice » Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:20 am

Totality
Copyright: Sebastian Vollmer
http://www.astrofilm.com
[attachment=5]TotalSolarEclipse2012_larsonHDR_frame.jpg[/attachment]

Total Eclipse Watching
Copyright: Michael Fitzgerald
http://www.astronomy.mq.edu.au/space2grow/
[attachment=4]FitzEclipse2012.jpg[/attachment]

The View
Copyright: Oscar Martin Mesonero
http://osae.info/documentos_osae/2012/2 ... tralia.htm
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Diamond Ring
Copyright: Oscar Martin Mesonero
http://osae.info/documentos_osae/2012/2 ... tralia.htm
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Third Contact Diamond
Copyright: Shahrin Ahmad
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Shadow Cone
Copyright: Geoff Sims
http://www.users.on.net/simsg
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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by owlice » Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:30 am

Baily's Beads
Copyright: Wayne England
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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by dmammana » Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:22 pm

UMBRA WORLD
Early in the morning of November 14, 2012, the resort island of Green Island, Australia fell dark as moon's umbral shadow drifted across its spectacular scenery. Thousands of excited sky watchers and photographers from around the world gathered to experience this remarkable celestial event. This unique image was created from 8 separate images shot as a 360-degree panorama and then wrapped around itself to produce the first-ever "little planet" view of a total solar eclipse. Above the eclipse shines the planet Venus; on the other side of the scene--behind the trees--appears the bright star Sirius. © Dennis Mammana/dennismammana.com

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Re: Submission Gallery: 2012 November Solar Eclipse

Post by dmammana » Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:29 pm

DUSK AT DAWN
Not long after sunrise on November 14, 2012, excited sky watchers on Australia's Green Island gathered on a large piece of driftwood for a front-row seat of Nature's greatest celestial spectacle--a total eclipse of the sun. The dark moon's umbral shadow shaded the island in a weird dusk shortly after dawn, and appears skewed in the sky as it falls obliquely onto the atmosphere from above. Near the top of the frame appears the bright planet Venus. © Dennis Mammana/dennismammana.com