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Illustration of Columbus using a lunar eclipse to impress the Indigenous people of Jamaica. (Credit: Astronomie Populaire 1879, p 231 fig. 86) Mona Evans, "Four Historic Eclipses" www.bellaonline.c...
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Eclipses of History: Part 1
Lunar eclipse of April 2015. Totality was supposed to be very short, but observers report that it didn't even quite happen. There was still a sliver of sunlight on the Moon even at its darkest. (Image credit and copyright: Rolf Wahl Olsen)
Was This Past Weekend's Lunar Eclipse Really Total?
Risen moon, unshadowed from our view,/ Toward dawn, glides into darkness./ In uncertain times, a dread omen/ Of ending and descent to shadow.// But this day (for us) a full restoration,/ An amen, fears pacified, night ending./ As Luna’s emerging bright glow/ Is doubled in long & calm reflection.// (Poem & photograph of the Moon emerging from eclipse - Paul Morgan, Los Angeles, April 5, 2015)
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Lunar Eclipse - two views - taken brom Treasure Island, San Francisco. 2015-04-04. (Credit: David Yu)
Lunar Eclipse, Treasure Island
Lunar eclipse in Colorado, 2015.04.04. A telescope shows up a blue band as the Moon emerged from totality. Light penetrating the ozone layer becomes bluer, because ozone absorbs red light. This can be seen as a turquoise-blue border around the red. (Image credit: Jimmy Westlake) Mona Evans, "Blood Moons and Lunar Tetrads" www.bellaonline.c...
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Total lunar eclipse. The green light beam is a laser being used to measure the Earth-Moon distance. The laser's target is a retroreflector left on the Moon by Apollo 15 astronauts. Timing the return of the laser pulse allows a highly accurate determination of the distance traveled. Performance is improved during the eclipse because direct sunlight is blocked. (Credit & copyright: Dan Long) Mona Evans, "Blood Moons and Lunar Tetrads" www.bellaonline.c...
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[ #astronomy ] This is not a scene from a sci-fi special effects movie. The green beam of light and red #lunar disk are real enough, captured in the early morning hours of April 15. The green beam of light really is a laser, shot from the 3.5-meter telescope at Apache Point Observatory in New Mexico, the beam’s path is revealed as Earth’s atmosphere scatters some of the intense laser light. The laser’s target is the Apollo 15 retroreflector, left on the #Moon by the #astronauts in 1971. ~Al. A.
Red Moon, Red Beam. Credit & Copyright: Dan Long (Apache Point Observatory) - Courtesy: Tom Murphy (UC San Diego) The green beam of light is a laser. Shot from the 3.5-meter telescope at Apache Point Observatory in southern New Mexico, the beam's path is revealed as Earth's atmosphere scatters some of the intense laser light. The laser's target is the Apollo 15 retroreflector, left on the Moon by the astronauts in 1971. By determining the light travel time delay of the returning laser pulse...
A chromolithograph from the German astronomy magazine "Sirius" compares the dark and featureless lunar disk during the eclipse a year after the eruption of Krakatoa (left) with a bright eclipse four years later, after the volcanic aerosols had settled out of the stratosphere (right). Mona Evans, "Blood Moons and Lunar Tetrads" www.bellaonline.c...
During a total lunar eclipse, the moon passes through the outer part of Earth's shadow, called the penumbra, and then into the dark umbra. When fully immersed in the umbra, the moon is in total eclipse or in totality. (Credit: Sagredo) Mona Evans, "Blood Moons and Lunar Tetrads" www.bellaonline.c...
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Lunar eclipse - TheHomeschoolScientist.com. upcoming April 14-15, 2014 lunar eclipse is special because this will be the 1 in a 4-total eclipse cycle called a tetrad. The other eclipses in this cycle are approximately 6 months apart over the next 1.5yrs – October 8, 2014, April 4, 2015, & September 28 2015. Along w/the total eclipse on April 14-15, look for red planet, Mars- will be brilliant & close to the moon throughout the eclipse. -will be the closest Mars will be to the earth all year.
Eclipse penumbral de Luna: El próximo 28 de noviembre de 2012, en la zona noroeste de España se podrá ver un eclipse penumbral de la Luna. Un eclipse Lunar sucede cuando la Tierra se interpone entre el Sol y la Luna, impidiendo que los rayos del Sol lleguen a nuestro satélite. Para que ocurra este evento astronómico los tres astros -Sol, Tierra y Luna
Preparing for Monday night's lunar eclipse - Part I
A NASA ScienceCast video explains the lunar eclipse tetrad of 2014-2015. Mona Evans, "Blood Moons and Lunar Tetrads" www.bellaonline.c...
A Tetrad of Lunar Eclipses: starting April 15th!
A Tetrad of Lunar Eclipses
The solar eclipse on Friday, March 20, 2015, photographed at 14,000 meters. (Credit and copyright: Guillaume Cannat) Mona Evans, “Solar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...
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Across The Universe: Mind-Bending View of a Solar Eclipse from the Stra...
Mind-Bending View of a Solar Eclipse from the Stratosphere
ISS transit of the Sun during the March 20. 2015 partial solar eclipse. (Credit and copyright: Thierry Legault) Mona Evans, “Solar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...
Thierry Legault Captures ISS Transit of the Sun -- During Eclipse!
A total eclipse of the sun coincides with the 2015 vernal equinox. "How rare is a total solar eclipse on the vernal equinox? Well, the last total solar eclipse on the March equinox occurred back in 1662 on March 20th. There was also a hybrid eclipse — an eclipse which was annular along a portion of the track, and total along another — on March 20th, 1681. But you won’t have to wait that long for the next, as another eclipse falls on the northward equinox on March 20th, 2034."
Path of the March 20, 2015 solar eclipse. It occurs on the day of the March equinox, which hasn't happened since the 17th century. The only land areas where the total eclipse may be visible are the Faroe Islands and the island of Svalbard. But Europe, North Africa, parts of the Middle East & north central Asia will have a partial eclipse. Mona Evans, “Solar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...
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Annular solar eclipse of October 3, 2005, in Tunisia. Baily's beads. They're caused by sunlight getting through lunar valleys just before and after totality. (Credit: Daniel Fischer) Mona Evans "ABC of Astronomy - B is for Bok Globule" www.bellaonline.c...
Annular solar eclipse of October 3, 2005, in Tunisia
Solar Eclipse Analemma (Image & copyright: Cenk E. Tezel & Tunç Tezel (TWAN)) Take a picture that includes the Sun in the same place every day & over a year the Sun positions make a figure-8 called an analemma. At northern Winter Solstice the Sun is at the bottom of the analemma. This analemma, shot in Turkey, starting in 2015, includes a total solar eclipse. The base image was taken during totality on 2009-03-29. Mona Evans, “Winter Solstice” www.bellaonline.c...
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The figure-8 path the Sun follows over the course of a year is called an analemma. The series of images can include a total eclipse of the Sun as one of the images. Pictured is such a total solar eclipse analemma or Tutulemma - a term coined by the photographers based on the Turkish word for eclipse. The base image for the sequence is from the total phase of a solar eclipse as viewed from Side, Turkey on 2006 March 29. Venus was also visible during totality, toward the lower right.
take a picture of the moon at sunset for a month this is what happens when all the pictures are super composed together.
The sun's path of a whole year in one picture. Solar Eclipse as a bonus (Bursa, Turkey). - Imgur
APOD: 2013 December 22 - Tutulemma: Solar Eclipse Analemma
Asellus Australis (gamma Cancri) and total solar eclipse. In the darkness of a total solar eclipse, stars and planets may be seen during the daytime. Here gamma Cancri is some 0,5 degrees to the left (east) of the totally eclipsed Sun. (Credit: Gote Flodqvist, 1981) Mona Evans, “Solar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...
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A Total Solar Eclipse (TSE) and a star.
Diamond and Rubies - Many features of the Sun only become apparent during a total eclipse. This is a photograph taken at the moment when a tiny part of the Sun’s disc shines out between the mountains on the edge of the Moon, creating an effect known as the ‘diamond ring’. We see the Sun’s corona as a diffuse white haze, and closer in, the Sun’s chromosphere appears in the red light of hydrogen. Photo by by Tunç Tezel, Turkey.
Diamond and Rubies by Tunç Tezel, Turkey. (Highly Commended) A lingering diamond ring before the beginning of totality on 3rd November 2013, as seen from Pajengo village near Pakwach, Uganda. There was also a thin layer of clouds, which diffused the lights of the diamond and red ring of chromosphere around the Moon. Mona Evans, "Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014" www.bellaonline.c...
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Partial Solar Eclipse. (2013-10-23) (Credit: Jeremy Perez Flagstaff, Arizona, USA) This is a splendid photo of the eclipse. Mona Evans, “Solar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...
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Partial solar ecllipse 2014-10-23. (Credit: James W. Young from Wrightwood, California) You can see the eclipsed Sun and, as a bonus, the Jupiter-sized sunspot AR2192. Mona Evans, “Solar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...
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The October 8th 2014 lunar eclipse from Houston, Texas, featuring a statue of Sam Houston. (Credit and copyright: Sergio Garcia Rill) Mona Evans, “Lunar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...
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Astrophotographer Sergio Garcia Rill submitted a photo of the lunar eclipse of Oct. 8, 2014, taken in the museum district of Houston, Texas. Sam Houston appears to be looking at the eclipsed moon.
Stunning Photos of the Hunter’s Moon Lunar Eclipse
Hybrid Solar Eclipse 2, by Eugen Kamenew, Germany. People & Space winner. The eclipse began as an annular eclipse at sunrise, but it became total as it crossed the Atlantic. By the time it reached Kenya the Sun was just emerging, creating the dramatic silhouette of the figure on the hill. Mona Evans, "Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014" www.bellaonline.c...
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Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 Winners (Amazing Photos) A rare hybrid solar eclipse took place in November 2013, in which the moon appears silhouetted against the sun's disk, not completely covering it.
Another great photo from the Royal Observatory amateur photography competition. http://www.vocativ.com/gallery/culture/photos/astronomy-photographs/
“Hybrid Solar Eclipse 2”. A Kenyan landscape serves as the foreground for a solar eclipse. Winner in the People and Space category. (Photo by Eugen Kamenew, Germany/The Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 Contest)
Lunar Eclipse infographic. (Credit: Karl Tate) Mona Evans, “Lunar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...
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What makes the moon turn dark and red? Find out in the full SPACE.com infographic here. Here's how to see the Oct. 8 total lunar eclipse.
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Headlines in the New York Times November 10, 1919. The results from the English eclipse expeditions confirmed Einstein's predictions in his theory of general relativity. It was sensational. Mona Evans, "Einstein's Eclipse" www.bellaonline.c...
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Eclipsed moon with turquoise fringe. 2014-04-15. (Image: Robert & Elisabeth Slobins) Prof Richard Keen says that "most of the light illuminating the Moon passes through the stratosphere, and is reddened by scattering. But light passing through the upper stratosphere penetrates the ozone layer, which absorbs red light & actually makes the passing light ray bluer!" ©Mona Evans, “Lunar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...
THE TURQUOISE FRINGE: Lunar eclipses are supposed to be red, yet when the Moon passed through Earth's amber shadow on April 15th, many observers witnessed a softly-glowing band of turquoise blue. Robert and Elisabeth Slobins send this picture of the phenomenon from Fort Myers, Florida.
Geometry of a solar eclipse. Since the Moon is small compared to Earth its shadow is narrow. Any place where the darker part of the shadow (the umbra) falls would have a total eclipse, but within the outer part of the shadow (the penumbra) the eclipse is only partial. Mona Evans, "Solar Eclipses" www.bellaonline.c...
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Phases of the Moon. A solar eclipse can only occur at the new Moon because that's the only time that Sun, Moon and Earth could line up with the Moon blocking the Sun from our view. ©Mona Evans, “Solar Eclipses” www.bellaonline.c...