The Total Lunar Eclipse on December 10th, 2011


posted on 6th of december, 2011

Six months ago HERE IN MY BLOG I told you on total lunar eclipse that happened on June 15, 2011.

Now I would like to tell you that this Saturday, December 10th, total lunar eclipse will take place, again!

All the information can be found IN WIKIPEDIA. Those of us who are located in South America or Antarctica (heh-heh, is there somebody from Antarctica here on DT? :-) ) have no chances to see the eclipse. Others may be lucky (if the sky will be clear of clouds).

Here are a couple of useful links where experienced people teach us how to shoot the lunar eclipses: [link=http://www.mreclipse.com/LEphoto/LEphoto.html]...

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Posted by Haslinda on December 10, 2011
Hi Igor, sorry about the weather. If I didn't read your blog, I wouldn't know about this lunar eclipse. Thanks for the info. I watched the eclipse from my window. No pictures taken, I don't have a good telephoto lens. But it was interesting.
Posted by Igordabari on December 10, 2011
to Aleksdem: The same here in Moscow. :( What a pity, shit..,
Posted by Aleksdem on December 10, 2011
We have a strong cloudy sky ... : (



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