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Partial Lunar Eclipse 25 April 2013

A partial lunar eclipse took place on April 25, 2013, the first of three lunar eclipses in 2013. Only a tiny sliver (about 1%) of the Moon was covered by the Earth's umbral shadow at maximum eclipse, but the entire northern half of the Moon was darkened from being inside the penumbral shadow. This was the second shortest partial eclipse of the Moon for the 21st century, lasting 27 minutes. On September 29, 2042, a partial eclipse of just 0.3% lasting just 12 minutes will be visible.

Location / Date

Byronas Athens Greece, April 25  2013 23:10pm

Telescope

WO 105/735 Triplet APO f7

Mount

Ioptron IEQ45 EQ Mount

Camera / ISO

Canon EOS 650D, ISO 100

Exposure tiime

1/500 sec

Software

Photoshop CS6

 

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