Total Lunar Eclipse
Taken by Zhan Xiang on July 27, 2018 @ Beijing, China
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 760D
Exposure Time: 16/10
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ISO: 800
Date Taken: 2018:07:29 22:36:34
 
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On the evening of January 31 and the early morning of July 28, 2018 (UTC+8), there were two total lunar eclipses occured in the sky. At the first eclipse, the moon is only 360,000 kilometers away from the Earth. It is located near the perigee and looks very large. Therefore, this eclipse can be called “Super Bloody Moon”. At the second eclipse, the moon was more than 400,000 kilometers away from the earth. It is located near the apogee and looks very small. Therefore, this eclipse can be called “Super Small Bloody Moon”.
I used the same equipments to take the two eclipses and then combine them on one picture. The difference in size between the two Moons is clear at a glance. However, if this is not this case, if you just look up the sky, most people will not notice which moon is bigger when at the eclipses.
Equipment: Canon EOS 760D + Meade 80mm/480mm telescope.
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