August Lunar Eclipse: August's Full Moon is framed in this sharp high dynamic range composition. Captured before sunrise on August 8 from Sydney Australia south is up and the Earth's dark umbral shadow is at the left near the maximum phase of a partial lunar eclipse. Kicking off the eclipse season this time the Full Moon's grazing slide through Earth's shadow was visible from the eastern hemisphere. Up next is the much anticipated total solar eclipse of August 21. Then the New Moon's shadow…
Upcoming Solar & Lunar Eclipses 2013 April 25, 2013: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse May 9-10, 2013: Annular Solar Eclipse October 18/19, 2013: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse November 3, 2013: Total Solar Eclipse ***YAY***
These eclipses cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the different types of eclipses. These cootie catchers contain the following vocabulary words on eclipses: Solar eclipse, Total solar eclipse, Partial solar eclipse, Umbra, Penumbra, Total lunar eclipse, Partial lunar eclipse, Penumbral lunar eclipse
On Monday, August 21, 2017, The United States will experience a total solar eclipse. The path of totality (100% eclipse) will travel from Oregon to South Carolina. We in Texas will only get approximately 70% totality in our viewing. Unlike a lunar eclipse, a solar eclipse requires extra protection for your eyes and your camera … Continue reading "What you need to know to take photos the upcoming eclipse"
How to Take Pictures of an Eclipse: An astrophotography beginner's guide to capturing solar and lunar eclipses
This chart depicts the different stages of the total lunar eclipse of Oct. 8, 2014, and when they will occur based on different time zones. The lunar eclipse will be visible, weather permitting, to observers across North America, the Pacific Ocean and parts of Asia and Australia. <br />