Total Lunar Eclipse
Taken by Zhan Xiang on July 27, 2018 @ Beijing, China
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 6D
Exposure Time: 15/1
Aperture: f/2.2
ISO: 6400
Date Taken: 2018:07:29 17:37:31
 
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In the early morning of July 28, 2018 (UTC+8), a total lunar eclipse was staged in the sky. With some friends, I came to a volcano in Inner Mongolia, China, and took this picture. In the picture, the two conspicuous red objects on the left are the moon and Mars. Because of the umbra of the earth, the moon appears dark red. Mars is on the favorable opposition, so its very bright and close to the moon in the sky. The light belt hanging down on the right is the Milky Way. On the ground, a volcano stands far away.
Equipment and parameters: Canon EOS 6D + 24 f/1.4 lens, ISO6400, f / 2.2, 15 seconds, combing with a low exposure picture which makes the exposure of bloody Moon correct.
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