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Warren Cardwell Jan 22
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+GodfrienddMe Mar 11
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Blakey Jan 22
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Kyle Henry Jan 26
Star trails from last weekends lunar eclipse!
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David Schuttler Jan 23
Using the 320 south boston building, this is a closer reality of how big a moon shot should be with a building in the foreground. Anything bigger should be questioned.
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Christopher Becke Apr 15
I finally put together my composite to match my composite (Matching set of 8x40x.75 canvas prints for $175 incl. shipping. DM me)
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Naz Jahanshahi Jan 22
The cloud tried, I tried harder 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Ann  🇦🇺💞 Jan 25
Some moon shots; leading up to the . Australian view🙃🌜 and the Northern Hemisphere view🙂🌜. Stunning Blood moon was not visible from Australia. She put on a lovely show all the same. Has been pretty hot here so I went with a sea-ice look🥶 😁👍
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Kids Haircut Jan 22
This is a composition of 24 different pictures taken along a Lunar eclipse (Sept 28th, 2015). In the center is included the maximum of the total eclipse. #2019
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Rinaldo Zoontjes ® Jan 23
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Uploot Jan 24
I put together a .gif from some of the images I took Sunday of the Lunar eclipse. The sub-zero images kept me from getting everything I wanted, but it's still always amazing to see something like that in person.
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Chris Hoyt Jan 22
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H o l l y Jan 24
A star can be seen through the Moon during the couple nights ago. It is claimed to be a collision with a meteorite. Lol
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Dr. Tamitha Skov Jan 22
Many astronomers have now verified a did indeed impact the during the ! It was caught on cameras just before totality ( circa 4:41:43 UTC) all over the world. Here is a great shot of impact, close up with a bright star in the upper left for comparison.
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Stephen Marr Jan 22
I zoomed way in on my time lapse to see if I could make out any detail at all on the moon during the , and it turns out I could make out its motion against the stars through the spot where Earth's shadow is cast. Thought it was pretty cool and worth sharing.
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David Blanchflower BSc Jan 24
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Matthias Ahlhelm Jan 22
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Jason Betzner Jan 25
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TOTALLY TUCSON Jan 23
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BBC Essex Jan 22
What an incredible image! 📷 This stack of 100+ photos shows the transition of the moon over Southend during yesterday night's . Photographer Dawid Glawdzin says he spent 3.5hrs in freezing temperatures to create this. Definitely worth all the effort!
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