Harvest Moon Eclipse 2015

This photo showcases the total eclipse stage of the Harvest Moon Eclipse on September 27, 2015. The bottom right shows the Moon at the moment it entered Earth's Umbra, the center shows the Moon at maximum eclipse, top left shows the Moon at the moment it began to exit Earth's Umbra. -Scott

This photo showcases the total eclipse stage of the Harvest Moon Eclipse on September 27, 2015. The bottom right shows the Moon at the moment it entered Earth's Umbra, the center shows the Moon at maximum eclipse, top left shows the Moon at the moment it began to exit Earth's Umbra. -Scott

The Total Lunar Eclipse of September 27, 2015 was a spectacular event at Frosty Drew Observatory. The eclipse itself happened during the Harvest Moon, which is the full Moon closest to the Autumnal Equinox; as well as the Supermoon, which is the closest full Moon of the year. Marking the end of a Lunar Tetrad (four total lunar eclipse consecutively), we had fabulous weather offering up stunning views of the eclipse.

At Frosty Drew, we captured the entire eclipse on 1-2 minute intervals. Here are some of our photos from the event.

-Scott

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Nov 24, 2015
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