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  Summary: On August 16, 2008, the Moon moved through Earth's red shadow for an 81% partial lunar eclipse. The event was visible from parts of every continent except North America. [map] [details]
  Photographer, Location, Date Larger images Comments

Rob Kaufman,
Bright, Victoria, Australia
Aug. 17, 2008

The partial eclipse was a wonderful sight in the early morning sky. This shot of the setting eclipse was taken with a Canon 400D, 1 sec at ISO 400, F/5.6, 200mm.

P-M Hedén,
Vallentuna, Sweden
Aug. 16, 2008
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Another clear night during an astronomical event, perfect!!. I´m so glad that I did see this partial lunareclipse, a really lovely sight! Canon 450D and Orion 80ED

Andrew Wall,
Paralowie, South Australia
Aug. 17, 2008
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Photo taken from the front of my house 25km north of Adelaide, South Australia.

Photo details: Canon 400D, ED80 refractor at 450mm focal length. ISO 100, exposure 2.5s.

Fronton, south west FRANCE
Aug. 16, 2008
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A very clear partial Moon eclipse, subtil light red in shadowed area in telescopic view. It was amazing shooting Moon in cloud holes as weather was partially clouded. Anyway a great astronomical evening !

Photo details: MTO CA 11 telescope with Canon 350D @ 200 iso

Ali Norouzi,
Aug. 17, 2008

Photo details: Canon 350d,tele 300 mm,1/2 sec exp.

Alp Akoglu,
Ankara, Turkey
Aug. 17, 2008

Partial eclipse of August 16/17 2008. Photo is taken around maximum eclipse.

Photo details: Canon 400D camera, Meade ETX 90 telescope as lens, ISO 800 and 4 second exposure.

more images: ff from Khosro JafariZadeh of Ahvaz, Khuzestan, Iran; from Mike Bromley of Mabruk, Libya; from Milan Gucic of Belgrade, Serbia; from Ivar Marthinusen of Trondheim, Norway; from Tarmo Tanilsoo of Laguja, Estonia; from Hanno Falk of Flensburg, Germany; from Giuseppe Pappa of Mascalucia, Sicilia, Italia; from Lee Pak Wing, Sirius from Sing Yin Secondary School of Tseung Kwan O, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China;