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Photographer:

philipp@salzgeber.at

Email:

philipp@salzgeber.at

Location of Photo:

Madras, Oregen

Date/Time of photo:

08/21/2017

Equipment:

Nikon D750, AFS Nikkor 300mm f/4PF with TCE20II 2x teleconverter

Description:

This sequence at fourth contact shows the moons disk receding from the sun, allowing views of prominences, the solar chromosphere and the sun peeking through lunar valleys, forming the so called Baily's beads.

Website:

http://www.salzgeber.at/astrophotography/solar/total-solar-eclipse-2017/

Comments


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Mike-Learmonth

September 28, 2017 at 3:26 pm

That is actually the third contact (end of totality). The fourth contact occurs when the final partial phase ends.

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StargazerUSA

December 12, 2017 at 6:22 pm

Beautiful, well-done sequence. I know it took alot of work and you should be proud.
Thanks for sharing!

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