I photographed the eclipse this morning 4 a.m. I used my iPhone 14 Pro with “Night mode” for the final image, through 127mm Mak-Cass telescope.
Weather Reports from the May 2022 Lunar Eclipse
Early Saturday evening, I doubted I would see the Lunar Eclipse. But the clouds broke close to midnight. At my blog is my full account.
Fire Drill In Preparation for Disastrous Eclipse Weather
The weather forecast looks very bad for Sunday’s Lunar Eclipse. In preparation, I adjusted my telescope setup, as explained at my blog.
A Meteor During the Eclipse
During this month’s Lunar Eclipse, I witnessed a bright and large meteor streak from approximately Zenith into the Southwest.
Staying Up Late for the 2021 Lunar Eclipse
This Lunar Eclipse was very similar to January 2019’s, the most notable difference being that the red was nowhere near as vibrant as in ’19.
Weather Reports from the 2019 Lunar Eclipse
Like last year’s, the Moon began to form an unnatural crescent, and yet unlike last year’s there formed a reddish hue as it reached totality.
Weather Reports from the 2018 Lunar Eclipse
I had prepared my 127mm Mak-Cass and digital camera with tripod, hoping to see and capture this morning’s Lunar Eclipse event.
The biggest hurdle for me yesterday was dealing with mostly cloudy skies.
I Do Not Fear Missing the Solar Eclipse
Will I be disappointed if the weather does not cooperate? Absolutely. Fortunately, there are a few mitigating perspectives.
Starlight Bending and Solar Eclipses
Those in the path of totality will have a special treat as the sky should go dark to the point stars appear.