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The “blood moon” as seen early Tuesday during the full lunar eclipse. The star to the right is Spica, the brightest star in the constellation Virgo. Image was taken with a Canon 5D Mk II camera and Tamron 150-600-mm zoom lens at 600 mm; exposure of 1.5 sec. at f/6.7; ISO 1600. (Fritz Olenberger photo)

From: Lunar Eclipse Causes Spectacular ‘Blood Moon’

Published on 04.15.2014


The “blood moon” as seen early Tuesday during the full lunar eclipse. The star to the right is Spica, the brightest star in the constellation Virgo. Image was taken with a Canon 5D Mk II camera and Tamron 150-600-mm zoom lens at 600 mm; exposure of 1.5 sec. at f/6.7; ISO 1600. (Fritz Olenberger photo)

From: Lunar Eclipse Causes Spectacular ‘Blood Moon’

Published on 04.15.2014


The “blood moon” as seen early Tuesday during the full lunar eclipse. The star to the right is Spica, the brightest star in the constellation Virgo. Image was taken with a Canon 5D Mk II camera and Tamron 150-600-mm zoom lens at 600 mm; exposure of 1.5 sec. at f/6.7; ISO 1600. (Fritz Olenberger photo)

From: Lunar Eclipse Causes Spectacular ‘Blood Moon’

Published on 04.15.2014



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