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    Default Time lapse of partial solar eclipse



    Here is a short video I put together from the 2000+ photos I took during the eclipse.




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    Default Re: Time lapse of partial solar eclipse

    Nice job.

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    Default Re: Time lapse of partial solar eclipse

    Quote Originally Posted by jforkner View Post
    Nice job.

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    Default Re: Time lapse of partial solar eclipse

    Hi Derek. This is a pretty slick solar eclipse video from you here. I was only able to walk down the block with my glass solar filter from my 5" refractor, and hand held a visual observation. And, at my far south east location, we only had a 5% eclipse, but I still go to see it. Thanks for sharing your well produced video with us Derek, and the best of regards.
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    Default Re: Time lapse of partial solar eclipse

    Nice work!

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    Default Re: Time lapse of partial solar eclipse

    That's a really great "movie"! Thanks for sharing!!! (four thumbs up )

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    Default Re: Time lapse of partial solar eclipse

    That's a very nice video you made Derek. Thanks for sharing it with us who didn't have the eclipse.
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    Default Re: Time lapse of partial solar eclipse

    Thanks everyone.

    I have been looking at a bunch of eclipse photos and I haven't seen any showing the Moon covering the monster AR2192 like mine does, I must have been in a good location for this partial eclipse.
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