Bjørn H. Granslo
Image taken:
Mar. 5, 2011
Location:
Røverkollen, Oslo, Norway
Details:
A less than 1% illuminated Moon was observed and photographed only 21 hours after new moon. The lunar crescent appeared irregular and was spanning considerably less than 180 degrees. The earthshine was detected on this and other images but not seen visually. The Tryvann tower is also visible on this image. Photo details: Canon EOS 5D MarkII camera, lens 200mm @ f/4, ISO 200, 1/4 s exposure, 17h57m UT.
 
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