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Lunar Eclipses 1986 - 1997

16. September 1997

Lunar Eclipse Rise 1997

Rise of the eclipsed moon on 16. September 1997

in Dreieich-Dreieichenhain, Germany, taken with an Olympus OM2 camera and Revue telescope (f=910mm, D=60mm), 1 second exposed on Fuji100 negative film.

Lunar Eclipse 1997

Lunar Eclipse on 16. September 1997

in Dreieich-Dreieichenhain, Germany, taken with an Olympus OM2 camera and Olympus 135mm tele lens with 2x tele converter (270mm) on Fuji100 negative film.

Lunar Eclipse 1997

Lunar Eclipse on 16. September 1997

in Dreieich-Dreieichenhain, Germany, taken with an Olympus OM2 camera and Olympus 135mm tele lens on Fuji100 negative film.

26. September 1996

Lunar Eclipse 1996

Total Lunar Eclipse on 26. September 1996 in Gargellen, Austria

taken with an Olympus OM2 camera and Olympus 135mm tele lens on Fuji100 negative film. To the lower left of the moon the planet Saturn is visible.

09. February 1990

Drwawing to Lunar Eclipse 1990 

Lunar Eclipse 1990 above Weil der Stadt, Germany

 

Total Lunar Eclipse on 09. February 1990 above Weil der Stadt, Germany

taken with an Olympus OM2 camera and Olympus wide angle lens (Picture above) and Tokina tele zoom lens 80-200mm with 2x tele converter at 400mm (Pictures to the right) on Fuji100 negative film. The totally eclipsed moon is located in the constellation of Leo (the lion) near the star Regulus, approximately at the place where the Total Solar Eclipse on 11. August 1999 will occur. The picture to the above right shows the totally eclipsed moon, as the moon on the picture to the lower right has already left the Earth's umbra.

Lunar Eclipse 1990 - Totality

Lunar Eclipse 1990 - second partial phase

17. October 1986

Lunar Eclipse 1986

Lunar Eclipse on 17. October 1986 in Dreieich-Dreieichenhain, Germany

taken with an Olympus OM2 camera and Revue telescope (f=910mm, D=60mm), ca. 1 second exposed on Kodak VR1000 negative film.

Lunar Eclipse 1986

Lunar Eclipse on 17. October 1986 in Dreieich-Dreieichenhain, Germany

taken with an Olympus OM2 camera and Revue telescope (f=910mm, D=60mm), exposed on Fuji100 negative film.

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