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June 26, 2010
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  Summary: On June 26th, the Mooon passed through Earth's shadow, off center, producing a 54% lunar eclipse. Get the full story from Science@NASA.
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Sandeep Pitale,
Singapore (West)
Jun. 26, 2010
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Weather was promising during Sunset…here in Singapore! Moon rises up…partially Eclipsed & partially covered by Clouds (photo 7:26pm) Bldg construction cranes working in foreground..!

Jia Hao,
Nanyang Technology University, Singapore
Jun. 26, 2010
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Partial lunar eclipse from Singapore!

Austen L. Onek,
803 Channel 3 Drive, Memphis, TN, USA
Jun. 26, 2010

Canon Rebel XSI camera, 0.5 exposure time. Taken in downtown Memphis near the I-55 Mississippi River Bridge. Eclipse began just at moonset here. Unfortunately, clouds rolled in and obscured the last shots. A couple of good pix of the beginning of the eclipse.

Alan Dyer,
near Gleichen, Alberta
Jun. 26, 2010
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Skies were perfect for the pre-dawn moonset eclipse, June 26, 2010. From southern Alberta the Moon set at mid-eclipse with about 50% of the Moon immersed in Earth's shadow. These are shots with a Canon 7D camera and 200mm telephoto and 1.4x teleconvertor at ISO100. It was certainly a photogenic eclipse, and if it has to be a partial eclipse, one low on the horizon at moonrise or moonset is the best for photo ops!

Erika Valdueza,
Manila Observatory, Quezon City, Philippines
Jun. 26, 2010
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I observed the partial lunar eclipse at the Manila Observatory, Philippines. At first, I thought I'll never witness this eclipse in my area. It was cloudy the whole day and started raining at 7:00pm. I still took my chances to see the lunar eclipse even though I would miss the maximum eclipse part. Amazingly, the sky slightly opened at 8:20pm and all of us who patiently waited were very happy. I'm glad we still saw the moon in umbra from 8:20 to 9:00pm.

Steaphany Waelder,
Loving Texas
Jun. 26, 2010
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Here is the Moon during the June 26, 2010 Lunar Eclipse at 10:59:52 UT from my North Texas ranch, Location 98º 28' 35"W 33º 13' 32" N 386m with my Sigma SD14 through my Orion 1250mm ( 90mm Ø ) Maksutov Cassegrain, f/13.9, Shutter 1 Second, ISO 100. The Moon was just 4° 16' 23" above the horizon, only 28 minutes before setting, and 39 before the eclipse achieved the greatest coverage.

more images: from Andrew Kirk of Bishop, California; from Richard Sass of Cloudcroft, New Mexico; from Fiona Law of South Brisbane, Australia; from Hernando Bautista of Manila, Philippines