Total Lunar Eclipse
West Coast, United States - August 28, 2007
Excerpt from North County Times 8/29/07
The Earth's shadow slowly crossed over the moon during a lunar eclipse early Tuesday morning. The eclipse, which began just before 2 a.m., lasted about five hours from start to finish. West coast stargazers saw more of the eclipse than anyone else in the continental U.S..
Palomar Mountain, California - 8/28/07 3:33 a.m. (10:33 UTC)
Canon 350D prime focus on Televue TV-76 480mm, f6.3, 8 sec, ISO 800