September 17, 2016 ALP Penumbral Lunar Eclipse Image Gallery
by James Kevin Ty

Last September 17th ,there was  a penumbral lunar eclipse that was visible in Philippines as well as most of Asia and Africa. Although this is just a penumbral eclipse, this is a deep one as penumbral phase reaches about 91% at maximum phase at around 02:54:20 am Phil Standard Time (PST) which has a GMT +8 time zone. 

Below are penumbral lunar eclipse images taken by other members of the Astronomical League of the Philippines. Please note that all images are copyrighted to the imagers mentioned as well as Astronomical League of the Philippines.  Please inform us in case you need to use any images. Thanks.


Main Image Imager / Other Images Notes
James Kevin Ty

Image 1

Images taken using Canon EOS 500D DSLR with Canon EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 IS L lens set at 400mm f/8 . 1/250sec-1/1000sec exposure at ISO 100.
Christopher Louie Lu

Image 1

Images taken using Canon EOS 450D DSLR with Celestron Powerseeker 80mm f/11 refractor on CG-2 mount.
Mark Ian Singson


Images taken using Nikon P900 bridge camera set at 2000mm focal length.
Renan Acosta Image taken using Ricoh GXR camera with A12 Module on Opteka zoom telephoto lens 600mm  to 1200 mm zoom set at 650mm. 

More images coming from members of ALP will be posted here after they submitted their images.





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