How to Photograph the Super Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse of 2019.
Starting on Sunday evening (Jan. 20) and continuing into the early morning hours of Monday, Jan. 21, the moon will pass through Earth's shadow, which will cast a reddish hue onto the lunar surface. Skywatchers in North and South America, as well as parts of Africa and Western Europe will have a chance to see the so-called "blood moon," which will last 3 hours and 17 minutes.
To help prospective moon photographers get ready for the lunar eclipse, Miguel Pérez Ayúcar, an engineer and astrophotographer at the European Space Astronomy Centre in Spain, has shared a video of helpful tips and tricks for taking beautiful and clear photos of the darkened moon.
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