I grabbed this sequence from about 8:00pm to 10:00pm PDT. The peak shadows are very slowly fading.
Skies were clear, but seeing was very boily due to wind. Had to trigger these afocal shots in very rare instances of psuedo clarity.
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Rob, good catch on the shadows. Clouded out here last night,I think that would have been a nice challenge. What was the set up for the photo.
Posted 18 June 2013 - 10:46 PM
Rob, I captured the same area last night 0400 UTC 21:00 PDT from Spring Creek Nevada. Glad to see your images of the moon.
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I was intrigued this evening by Plato's crater rim peak shadows cast onto the crater floor. The sunlight appeared as a dual ray separated by a central peak shadow.
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