Werewolves and the eclipse the other night

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Werewolves and the eclipse the other night

Post by sorinescu »

Hey guys I am Sorin, new to the forum. I am glad I found it.
I captured on camera some pretty interesting footage the other night (the night of the eclipse). Of course, is not NASA quality, but it's pretty cool. Let me know what you think:

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Welcome to SingAstro!! [smilie=hi.gif]

Very nice... your camera low light performance is excellent... very low noise.

Anyway, thanks for the delayed telecast as the lunar eclipse was not visible in Singapore.

Have a nice day.
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Post by jennifer1611991 »

wow it's so cool!! But how come we can't the reddish glow when the moon is fully eclipsed?

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