Photographing The Total Lunar Eclipse December 20th and 21st 2010

December 16, 2010  •  Leave a Comment
A lunar (scientific term for the Moon) eclipse occurs when the moon passes through the shadow of earth, thus blocking light from our sun. Instead of turning the moon dark, it actually turns the \moon into a beautiful shade of red, the color of the earth’s shadow. The earth's shadow casts a red glow due to its atmosphere. Our atmosphere redirects light, through its dusty layer of air to the shades of red seen during the “umbra” of the eclipse, the time when the light of the sun is totally blocked by the earth.

Written by: Kevin L. Moss, Publisher of DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY DAILY Follow TeachDigital on Twitter

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