Stacked image of the eclipse using images taken every five minutes from McMaster University
between 6:32 and 9:32 UT.
A similarly stacked image, combining pictures every five minutes between 5:27-9:37;
it was taken from Orangeville, ON, Canada.
- Partial begins: 6:33
- Total begins: 7:41
- Mid eclipse: 8:17
- Total ends: 8:53
- Partial ends: 10:01
So both cameras captured the full moon as it normally appears, then imaged it as it was eclipsed through the partial and total phases. Unfortunately, bad weather rolled in before the eclipse ended!
Text courtesy of Danielle Moser, NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Meteoroid Environment Office