Independence Day Full Moon

Where was the eclipse?

The full moon in partial penumbral eclipse from Austin, Texas at 11:29 PM CDT 2020-07-04. This partial penumbral eclipse of the upper third of the Moon has only reduced the sunlight there by a few percent. This makes this eclipse invisible to all but photometric measurements. Questar 1350/89mm telescope with a Sony a6300 camera at prime focus.

The best 9 of 75 images were stacked in Autostakkert! 3, deconvolve in Lynkeos, with final exposure and crop in Photoshop.

Content created: 2020-07-05

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