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Lunar super eclipse Sept. 27th. 2015

  1. Sep 25, 2015 #1

    hagar

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  4. Sep 25, 2015 #3

    Borg

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    Argggh! Rain forcast for the entire weekend here. :oldfrown:
     
  5. Sep 25, 2015 #4

    Andy Resnick

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    Here, too....
     
  6. Sep 25, 2015 #5

    nsaspook

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    I'm ready to drive to the high desert with my solar panels and kid here but so far the Portland area still has a clear weather window for that day in the forecast.
     
  7. Sep 26, 2015 #6

    nsaspook

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    Not very clear as I was with the wife and her friend picking herbal medicines on a hill with just my crappy tablet camera.

    Moon rise near Mt. Hood on the day before the Super Blood Moon.
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  8. Sep 27, 2015 #7

    davenn

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    Unfortunately, not going to see the eclipse from Australia
    didn't see the last 3 because of cloud, now we have a clear sky but the eclipse isn't visible from this region ( whole Pacific basin)
     
  9. Sep 27, 2015 #8
    This is not fair! I live in singapore and it is currently covered in haze and cannot see the clouds.:(
     
  10. Sep 27, 2015 #9

    davenn

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    here's the Super Moon, 30 mins ago from Sydney, just a few hours away from full
    waiting till midnite 'ish time for full isn't going to happen haha and also much harder to photo as it will be pretty much directly overhead ( just a little west of)

    Canon 5D mk3 with the 100 - 400mm telephoto Canon EF 100–400mm lens and a x2 teleconverter giving 800mm, 320th sec, ISO500, f11


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  11. Sep 27, 2015 #10

    Borg

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    The forecast in my area is now cloudy to mostly cloudy. Maybe there will be a chance.
     
  12. Sep 27, 2015 #11
    If I am awake that late I'll try to take some pictures of it (with my comparatively shoddy equipment)...:-p Edit: The forecast in my area is excellent, but the forecast of my sleepiness is uncertain. Hopefully my photographic desire will prevail...:smile:
     
  13. Sep 27, 2015 #12

    Borg

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    7pm and I have clear skies directly overhead. Maybe I'll get lucky at 10 pm.
     
  14. Sep 27, 2015 #13
    The weather conditions at my location are absolutely perfect right now. But my camera is not :cry: :smile:. But I will definitely take some photos when it's time.
     
  15. Sep 27, 2015 #14

    mfb

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    The moon started to move into the partial shadow now.
     
  16. Sep 27, 2015 #15
    I confirm that from my position :smile:.
     
  17. Sep 27, 2015 #16
    Houston, I'm getting pictures from my shoddy equipment. Will post here later. Is the Moon really there when nobody is looking? Don't know, but it is definitely there since I'm looking at it at the moment. EDIT: Gosh, it's getting really beautiful at the moment! :woot:
     
  18. Sep 27, 2015 #17
    Will the world FINALLY end this time? I'm getting so tired of waiting.
     
  19. Sep 27, 2015 #18

    Borg

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    Horrible conditions here. Just getting the tiniest peeks between large groups of clouds.
     
  20. Sep 27, 2015 #19
    I'm sorry...
     
  21. Sep 27, 2015 #20

    Borg

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    Me too. Looks like I'll have to count on seeing everyone else's pictures.
     
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