Lunar Eclipse (in progress)
Photographed by Fred Lusk on May 15, 2003
From California State University, Fresno
This image shows a lunar eclipse after the total phase. The Earth's shadow is gradually working its way off the right edge of the Moon.
Imaging Camera:
Celestron C5+ SCT (1250 mm FL, f/10)
Imaging Scope/Lens:
Olympus OM-4T (35 mm SLR)
Celestron C5+ single fork arm with integrated wedge
Guide Scope/Camera:
Exposure Details:
Boot's Camera handled developing and scanning the negatives. The rest of the exposure data is missing, but this is likely what I did: [1] Film was probably Kodak Royal Gold 100. [2] Exposure was probably determined by spot metering and exposure compensation. [3] Shutter speed was probably around 1/15.

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