Tag: Partial Lunar Eclipse
Send to Kindle(Posted 8 October 2014) My favourite photograph of the night. I lucked out and managed to capture an image of a plane flying in front of tonight’s partially eclipsed Moon.
Clouds cleared finally … so I could see at least the partial phase of tonight’s lunar eclipse (with photo)
Send to Kindle I finally got to see the last bit of tonight’s lunar eclipse and snapped the above photograph.
Posted 25 April 2013 AEST AWST Penumbral lunar eclipse begins 4:01 am 2:01 am Partial lunar eclipse begins 5:51 am 3:51 am Mid-eclipse 6:07 am 4:07 am Partial lunar eclipse ends 6:23 am 4:23 am Penumbral lunar eclipse ends 8:13 am 6:13 am Western Australia is best placed to see tomorrow mornings partial […]
These notes are intended to provide a casual sky watcher or someone already into amateur astronomy living in Eastern Australia with a summary of what is happening in the night sky in April 2013. The finder charts have been produced for an observer based in Brisbane (Queensland, Australia) but will be useful for […]
I didn’t get to see June’s Partial Lunar Eclipse thanks to the very poor weather passing over Canberra at the time. Fortunately my good friend, Tony Surma-Hawes had clear skies in Brisbane and captured the above image of the eclipse at maximum. Thanks to Tony for sending me the picture to put on my […]
With the Transit of Venus only days away, I almost forgot that we will have the opportunity to observe a partial lunar eclipse tomorrow night. Unlike the upcoming partial solar eclipse which will occur this November, you can look directly at a lunar eclipse. Lunar eclipses occur when the Moons orbital motion around […]
With Tuesday nights weather not looking promising in Eastern Australia, our only option at watching that nights lunar eclipse may be to watch it via the Internet. A quick search has found the following sites that plan to be webcasting the Lunar Eclipse live (subject of course to them having clear skies at […]
Hopefully the weather gods will shine .. or at least not rain on us next Tuesday when a partial Lunar Eclipse will be just visible from Eastern Australia. Technically speaking, the eclipse will be visible as a total lunar eclipse if you happen to be in Europe, West Africa and North America. Unfortunately […]