September full moon will be a ‘super moon’, and a sum lunar eclipse
September 13, 2015 - Supermoon
While we might need to wait dual weeks to feast on a subsequent full moon, tonight is a good night to see stars. The crescent moon will set during 7:38 pm, definition there will be no reflected light from a moon to meddle with he stars and all their brilliance.
Two weeks ago we went to Crater Lake to fire a rising moon during perigee, yet clouds were too unenlightened to see it rising. Later they cleared, so we took a few time exposures to uncover how light can have an addition outcome on a DSLR sensor.
A 30 second time bearing turns a night perspective for a tellurian eye into a sketch that appears to have been shot during daylight. The gallery above contains a few such images, as good a integrate of photos of stars and a Milky Way photographed during a crescent moon.
The moon will arise 3 mins before sunset, so there will be small ambient light to sketch any forehead but overexposing a moon. Still, this lunar obscure can be noticed early in a evening, with assemblage function during 7:47 pm, scarcely an hour after rising.