Lunar Penumbral Eclipse
Taken by Gustavo Rojas on February 10, 2017 @ Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil
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Lunar penumbral eclipse are very subtle, the best details show only on photographs.
It was a lucky shot in the usually cloudy southeast Brazilian summer. Low clouds kept passing in front of the moon all night long so patience was the key.
I used a Canon T2i camera and a 250mm lens stopped at f/7, exposure time 1/320s and ISO 100 in a fixed tripod. This is a direct crop from the original file with no imaging processing.
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