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Taken from iPhone through telescope.

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Stevetoad

Nice shot. I took mine with a 400mm lens

 

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Tracy
43 minutes ago, Stevetoad said:

Nice shot. I took mine with a 400mm lens

Nice job gentlemen.  I considered getting out a lens and tripod, but it was too overcast to get a clean shot.  I thought there would be plenty of people in clearer regions able to get better photos, and I was right.  Thanks for sharing!  Ironically, the winds are howling onshore and have cleared the sky.  This morning I could get a crisp photo of the moon in the western sky, but the timing is off by about 8 hours!

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Palm Tree Jim
1 hour ago, Stevetoad said:

Nice shot. I took mine with a 400mm lens

 

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Very cool!

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Pal Meir

The only time I’ve seen a real blood moon (but without »super«) was almost 40 years ago in Australia’s outback. Because I didn’t have a tripod for my camera the photos aren’t so sharp … :rolleyes:

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Ed in Houston

Here is another image of the blood wolf super moon. Taken with a 50mm diameter lens at 200mm focal length and sampled with 3.75 micron pixels.

 

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Kim

This was the finest montage I’ve seen of the event. By Mike Mezuel II of Allen, Texas. This is a composite image taken at St. Olaf’s Kirke Outside Cranfill’s Gap, Texas. 

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Silas_Sancona

Not sure if anyone had seen this but Nat Geo posted an article, roughly 10 hours ago, describing the potential of a meteor impact being captured during the eclipse ( titled: "A meteor hit the moon during the  lunar eclipse, here's at we know" ).. 

Supposedly occurred right as the eclipse entered totality. If confirmed, it would be a first.  Early thinking is the meteor was roughly the size of a football, leaving a crater roughly 6 miles across.  

 

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