Three Shades of Totality

Between the night of Sunday May 15 and the early hours of Monday May 16, we were able to witness one of the most impressive spectacles that the universe offers us, a total lunar eclipse. On this occasion, I wanted to record and compare the variations in luminosity and the different reddish tones that our satellite shows us during totality.
The images show the beginning, the maximum and the end of the totality of the eclipse.
To take these pictures I used a Sky Watcher Esprit 120 telescope and a ZWO 183MC Pro camera.

Autore: Eduardo Schaberger Poupeau (sito)