Last June 6th, ALP President James Kevin Ty went up to his roof deck at around 1:00am to observe and document the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse that was visible in our country. He setup his Canon EOS M6 mirrorless camera on Canon EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 IS L lens set at 400mm f/11 and mounted on Vixen GP-DX mount. First contact occurred at around 01:45am and reaching maximum penumbral phase of 57% at around 03:25am. The southern limb of the Moon near the Tycho crater shows a lightly shaded area. He continued to image the eclipse till around 04:45am before clouds covered up the Moon which by that time is less than 5 deg above the western horizon. He packed up at around 5:00am.
Other ALPers who were able to image the Penumbral Lunar eclipse as well
Peter Benedict Tubalinal
Mark Ian Singson