Lunar Eclipse In Gegenschein
Taken by Petr Horálek on July 27, 2018 @ Rhodes, Greece
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What a wonderful time I spent in Rhodes Island, Greece! Enjoying 103 minutes of total lunar eclipse on 27th July, 2018 over cliff of one of most silent and beautiful island’s beach, I could see the dark-orange eclipsed Moon in Gegenschein, bright Mars in its great opposition, the Milky Way with Saturn „swamped“ in it and Jupiter over the horizon. I’ve noticed my friend Marian Runkas and his girlfriend Vladimira Krskova dreamily watching all around. Both great photographers were totally amazed with this particular view and I believe both of them will never forget they were part of that. Used Canon 6D IR Baader modified, Canon 35 mm, f2.5, ISO 10000, 13s exposures (sky) and HDR exposures of the Moon.
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