Total Lunar Eclipse on Oct 8, 2014 (Review)


Date & Time: Oct 8 2014
Optical: VIXEN 20cm(7.9") VISAC (f=1800mm, F9.0)
Auto-guided with TAKAHASHI EM-200 Equatorial
Digital Camera: Nikon D700
Location: Tokai vil., Ibaraki pref.

Camera Settings: Recording Format...JPEG-FINE(4256×2832)
Device Size...FX format (36×24mm)
Sensitivity...ISO800, White Balance...Daylight




Total lunar eclipse
on Oct 8, 2014
Saros seriesNo. 127, Member: 42 of 72
Maximum magnitude1.166
Start of Penumbral17:15.5 JST (+0900)
Start of Umbral18:14.8 JST (+0900)
Start of Totality19:25.2 JST (+0900)
Maximum eclipse19:54.6 JST (+0900)
End of Totality20:24.0 JST (+0900)
End of Umbral21:34.3 JST (+0900)
End of Penumbral22:33.7 JST (+0900)
This page shows you a review image of total lunar eclipse observed at Japan on Oct 8, 2014. The event could be observed in evening at Japan, many people enjoyed totally eclipsed Moon for about an hour in east skies. Although the Moon was often covered with clouds, I could observe the event about 70% of all the progress.
I've provided several other impressive images of this splendid sky event on and after next page. Please check those without forgetting.





Progress of Partial Lunar Eclipse (Jun 4, 2012)

Progress of Lunar Eclipse (Oct 8, 2014)


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