Here are a few photographs of the Lunar Eclipse from early this morning as seen from Northern Colorado. I shot these with my old Nikon 5400. It is times like this that I wish I had a higher-end DSLR camera with a good zoom. That said the old Nikon does a pretty good job given it's technological limitations.
|Minutes before the full Lunar Eclipse|
|Nightscape as the moon goes into the Earth's shadow.|
|Nightscape ten minutes after full eclipse|
|The Moon and Mars - 20 minutes into the event. Spica is the star very "close" to the moon. Mars is visible to the upper right at it's closest point to Earth this year.|
Wishing for higher resolution.