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  Summary: Now we know what it took to end the Curse of the Bambino: a lunar eclipse. The Boston Red Sox won the World Series on Wednesday night, Oct. 27, 2004, when the Moon glided through Earth's shadow and turned a vivid shade of red. [full story]
  Photographer, Location, Date Larger images Comments

Joe Carr,
Mt. Tolmie, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Oct. 27
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What are the odds of an aircraft passing in front of an eclipsed Moon? Well here it is! Taken after umbral contact and before the total eclipse began.

Albert Kong,
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Oct. 27

This totality image was taken when Boston Red Sox was playing the 8th inning.

Photo details: Canon S45, f/5.6, 6s.

Mike Lewis,
Mason Neck State Park about 20 miles southeast of Washington, DC.
Oct. 27

Photo details: 13 second exposure of lunar totality using Canon 300D (Digital Rebel) at 400 ISO at prime focus with Orion 80 ED f/7.5 apo refractor.

Mark Spies,
Euclid, Ohio, USA
Oct. 27
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It started out cloudy and cleared up for some great shots.

Photo details: Canon PowerShot G4 #1 Tv(Shutter Speed) 1/4 Av(Aperture Value)3.0 #2 Tv(Shutter Speed) 1/250 Av(Aperture Value)3.0 #3 Tv(Shutter Speed)15 Av(Aperture Value)5.0 #4 Tv(Shutter Speed)6 Av(Aperture Value)3.0

Wade B Clark Jr,
Near Lyman, Washington, USA
Oct. 27
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What a great eclipse!! A nice red-orange was observed during totality.

Photo details: Canon Digital Rebel, ISO400, at the prime focus of a Celestron C-8 using a f/6.3 focal reducer.

Amy Desiree Goldstein,
Rochester, NY, USA
Oct. 24

Tonight was my first time photographing a lunar eclipse! This is a composite of some of the images that I took.

Photo details: Nikon D70, 300mm f2 lens with a 1.4x teleconverter. The exposures ranged from 1/5000 of a second up to 4 seconds.

Christie Ponder,
Columbus Texas just West of Houston
Oct. 27
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The colors in this eclipse were fascinating! Not only did I see the red of the eclipse, but before totality, in the shadows there were blue and green hues that were observed. Absolutely stunning!

Photo details: Canon Powershot A75, 8' SkyQuest, and camera adapter from Orion.

Wojtek Rychlik,
Cascade, CO at 21:10 on 10-28
Oct. 25

insert: at 20:50: 400mm f4, exp. 4s ISO 400 main: with 50 mm lens f:1.0, 2s, ISO 400. Everything through the clouds.

Bryan Murahashi,
Sunnyvale, California, USA
Oct. 27

Photo details: Nikon D70, Sigma 70-300mm lens, ISO 400-800

Francisco A. Rodríguez Ramírez,
from Melia Tamarindos Observatory (San Agustín - Gran Canaria) . Canary Islands
Oct. 28
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Photo details: Refractor telescope 1000mm f/10 + Canon EOS 300D

Denis Slattery,
Thousand Oaks, CA
Oct. 27

Photo details: Canon 10D, 70-200mm f4L zoom at 200mm, 2 sec at f/4, iso 800, RAW mode, converted/processed with ImagesPlus

Stachu Strzyzewski,
South-East of Poland, the Bieszczady Mts
Oct. 28

Taken on a beautiful warm October night in the Biesczzady Mts., SE Poland

Photo details: Nikon D70 + Nikkor 80-300mm lens, 1.5~3 second exposure, ISO 400