Apogee&Perigee Total Lunar Eclipse
Taken by Bartholomew Tsang on July 28, 2018 @ Ho Koon Nature Education cum Astronomical Centre, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong.
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Apogee&Perigee Total Lunar Eclipse

Description: With the 2 total lunar eclipses in 2018, fortunately them happened near perigee and apogee which we can see the angular size difference of the eclipses. They are almost the biggest and smallest full moon of the year. The photos were taken the same set up at the same place for our webcast services. We got some luck to get the photos when it was a bit cloudy during our observations.

Equipment: William Optics 72mm f/6 APO, Hypersharp 1.8X barlow, Canon EOS 700D, Takahashi EM2 mount

Date: 31.1.2018, 28.7.2018 (UT+8)
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