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Nov 19, 2021 20:52 |  #7231

For us on the east coast of Australia, maximum eclipse was soon after Moonrise. This was the view from my deck.

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Nov 19, 2021 22:09 |  #7232

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19309205 (external link)
Beautiful shot!!

Do you have Stellarium? That is a FREE program (small fee (I think $2.49USA) for cell phone) that will show you where every thing is at YOUR location!

Great program!

Thank you! I actually use the photographers' Emepheris, which works quite well for me.


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Nov 19, 2021 22:11 |  #7233

nardes wrote in post #19309276 (external link)
Venus was over in the West, so well away from our Moon.:-)

I set my planetarium program for Auckland at 10:00pm and it displayed the following star in that approx. location.

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Thanks Dennis for the correction. Last time I took a shot of the moon what I though was a distant galaxy was actually Venus. One day I'll get it right! ;-)a


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Nov 20, 2021 11:07 |  #7234

Lunar eclipse.
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Nov 20, 2021 14:57 |  #7235

Missed the eclipse by 24 hours...this was taken through my telescope on the night before (18th Nov 2021) when the skies were clear.

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Nov 20, 2021 19:47 |  #7236

Not the lunar eclipse, but a night later.


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Nov 21, 2021 02:50 |  #7238

Moon eclipse with Esprit 100ED and ASI294MC Pro camera. I had very little hope to get desent picture because of high clouds but took a chance not to miss the event.


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Nov 21, 2021 12:33 as a reply to  @ nardes's post |  #7239

Just curious, what telescope are you using?




  
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Nov 21, 2021 12:39 |  #7240

Slagrim wrote in post #19309742 (external link)
Moon eclipse with Esprit 100ED and ASI294MC Pro camera. I had very little hope to get desent picture because of high clouds but took a chance not to miss the event.

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Oh, I'd like to catch such a moon like yours.
But I see no chance in future...
Congrats!


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Nov 21, 2021 13:26 |  #7241

taxon wrote in post #19309878 (external link)
Oh, I'd like to catch such a moon like yours.
But I see no chance in future...
Congrats!

Thank you taxon. Persistence, persistence is the way to success.




  
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Nov 21, 2021 14:21 |  #7242

nardes wrote in post #19309557 (external link)
Missed the eclipse by 24 hours...this was taken through my telescope on the night before (18th Nov 2021) when the skies were clear.

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Hey, your moon is upside down!!


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Nov 21, 2021 15:01 |  #7243

shutterbug guy wrote in post #19309877 (external link)
Just curious, what telescope are you using?

Taken with a Celestron C9.25 with x0.7 Reducer and ASI 174 MM camera. The Moon would not fit in the FOV so this is a 2 tile mosaic.

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Nov 21, 2021 17:45 |  #7244

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Dec 01, 2021 02:09 |  #7245

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I took these in May 2020 when I had a Meade LX90 8" and ZWO ASI224 camera. I just wanted to post them here. I kind of want to get back into moon and planetary photography honestly. We'll see, maybe I'll take the plunge again.
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I think you should. Looks like you are real good at it. Good job


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