Total Lunar Eclipse | 08 November 2022

Totally-eclipsed moon imaged with a 114 mm f/7.8 reflector and an ASI 533MC astronomy camera on 08 November 2022 in Bacoor City, Philippines. The bright object near the moon is the planet Uranus during its conjunction with the moon coinciding with the total lunar eclipse. The moon and Uranus appear close together in this photo due to a chance alignment of Uranus, the moon, and the Earth. Uranus is much farther behind the moon, by a distance of about 2.7 billion kilometers.

Totally-eclipsed moon with Uranus imaged with a 114 mm f/7.8 reflector and an ASI 533MC astronomy camera on 08 November 2022 in Bacoor City, Philippines. To watch our guided lunar eclipse observation (livestream), click here.

For a complete list of astrophoto images, click here.

Night Sky in Focus | Astronomy and Amateur Radio
© Anthony Urbano | Manila, Philippines

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