Midpoint Of Lunar Eclipse Totality
Taken by Eliot Herman on January 31, 2018 @ Tucson AZ
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This image is a stack of 18 long exposures varying by 0.3 stops for 2 X 9 X .3 stops. A total of 92 seconds of exposure is stacked here. The image was acquired at 6:24 am (13:24 UT). Images were acquired with a Questar 90 mm telescope and a Nikon D850. The images were aligned and stacked with Lynkeos and adjusted with Photoshop.

Even at the midpoint of the eclipse there remained a gradient of the shadow across the Moons disk and the a notably lighter band of red-magenta color remained on the side of the Moon most distal to the center of the umbra.
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