Hi, fellows of Cyberspace, today I want to share with you my photos, videos and the experience of seeing a Moon that has taken 150 years for all the following conditions to combine: Super Blue Blood Moon 2018 and during an Eclipse, as you can see the Moon has been very busy.

I ask for your forgiveness because the quality leaves much to be desired, the cameras are not the best and I have had to fight against the wind and the clouds, but it allows you to get an idea of how it was.

The part that I liked the most was the end, the combination of a desert and mountainous landscape illuminated by the first golden rails of the Sun, seeing the p inverted faces of the Moon, while being so close to the horizon offers us the illusion that It is larger than it was, mixing with thin dense, frayed clouds, of a dark gray, gliding in front of the Moon. Giving me the illusion of seeing a gaseous planet.

I will detail equipment that I have used:

3.0 MP web camera with 0.5 reduction focus

Canon EOS Rebel T3 12.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18-55 lens

Celestron telescope 114mm LCM, F9

You can check out my pictures and video on my Blog

I hope you like it


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    My mother was the one who introduced me to astronomy, but I decided to become an amateur astronomer after my parents bought me Carl Sagan series Cosmos. (I was 7 years old) at my 13 years I got my first telescope was a refractor Meade 60 mm. See through those basic eyepieces, changed my whole way of seeing the world, and make my understand the vastness of the cosmos and the place we have in it. Now that I have several telescopes (better quality) I still amazing every night I look into the depths of the universe. Therefore, in 2013...


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