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  Summary: On March 3, 2007, the Moon entered the heart of Earth's shadow producing a red and turquoise lunar eclipse visible from parts of all seven continents. [map] [animation] [Science@NASA story]
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Sadegh Ghomizadeh,
Tehran, Iran
Mar. 4, 2006
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this image about one hours I used work for focuing & about 200 images I took until this image was my admire I hoop you also admire.

Photo details: Canon 300D, ISO 100, 8 sec exposure, Celestron C11 with reducer 6.2 & a Losmandy G 11 mount.

R.T. Smith,
Stoneville, NC USA
Mar. 3, 2007

To my north, geese were honking on a pond. In the east, the pale eclipsed moon was rising.

Photo details: Sony digital camera, ISO 200, 1.3 sec exposure.

Peter Paice,
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Mar. 3, 2007

Lovely sight with near perfect seeing!

P-M Heden,
Vallentuna, Sweden
Mar. 4, 2007
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What a lovely sight it was when the total eclipse started, the moon went red.

Photo details: Celestron NexStar11 GPS @ 1764mm f/6.3 and a Canon Digital Rebel XT, iso 400, 2s

Patrick Chevalley,
Geneva, Switzerland, at 22h42 UT
Mar. 3, 2007

Begining of the total phase.

Photo details: 150mm Newtonian telescope, Sony Alpha camera.

Ulrich Beinert,
Achim, Germany
Mar. 4, 2007
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Photo details: Canon EOS 10D, Borg 125mm f/6.4 ED refractor, ISO 200, 6s exposure.

more images: from Steven B of New York, NY; from Gerd Pfeiffer of Konz, Germany; from Mohamadreza Rismanian and Homam Hosseini of Tehran, Iran;