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Aug. 16, 2008
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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

Mania Rahban,
Aug. 16, 2008

It was a Great and unforgettable time for me to see the magnificent play of nature. This is a double expose of Earth and the eclipsed Moon.

Kam Tin, Hong Kong
Aug. 16, 2008

Partial Lunar Eclipse Set AR Mount, Vixen ED80SF, Canon 350D

Göran Strand,
Froson, Sweden
Aug. 16, 2008
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The clouds makes the scene more dramatic and gives a nice 3D feeling. Photo was taken with a Nikon D300, 300/2.8 + TC-17E II converter. Exposure was 1/1.5 sec. 400 ASA, f5.6

Valmir Martins de Morais,
Juazeiro do Norte, Ceará, Brasil
Aug. 16, 2008
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Camera Panasonic DMC-LZ7. 1 Frame. Exposition time 1/40 second, ISO 200. Reflecting telescope 275 mm, F/6. Ocular 58 mm . Afocal method.

Jens Hackmann,
Weikersheim, southern Germany
Aug. 16, 2008
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Lucky picture with an airbus passing in the front of the eclipsed moon.

Stanislav Korotkiy,
Observatory Ka-Dar, near Moscow, Russia.
Aug. 16, 2008
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Lunar Eclipse from Russia. Canon EOS 20D, ISO 1600 + lens Sigma APO DG F=70-300mm Canon EOS 350D, ISO 400 + Vixen ED103Swt (D=103mm, F=795mm) Photographer: Stanislav Korotkiy, Vladimir Bespalov. Date: Aug. 16-17, 2008

more images: from Aymen Ibrahem of Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt; from Jehin Emmanuel of Spa Belgium - Groupe Astronomie Spa; from Eric Soucy of Ohain, Brabant wallon, Belgium; from Catalin M. Timosca of Turda, Romania; from Chan Yuen Fai of Hong Kong; from Pal Brlas of Szeged, Hungary; from Philippe Haake of Geneva Switzerland; from Salvador Martinez of Bullas(Murcia) Spain; from Shahriar Davoodian of Niyavaran,Tehran, Iran; from Frederick N. Ley of Athens, Greece; from Mohammad Ansari of Shiraz, Iran; from Roman Vaňúr of Nitra, Slovakia, Central Europe; from Edwin van Schijndel of Observatory Halley, Heesch The Netherlands; from Ivar Marthinusen of Trondheim, Norway; from Andrzej Karon of Rozborz Dlugi, Subcarpathia, Poland, Europe