This is a highly condensed video of the majority of the penumbral lunar eclipse that started late in the evening Nov 29, 2020 - https://youtu.be/G8ouTXypHLA . Sweeping clouds throughout the evening made for challenging observing but the darkening with time is clearly seen. Also, the film picked up the transit of a tumbling object which is examined in more detail around the four-minute mark in the video. If you have any ideas on how to identify this object I'd love to hear them.
The video was shot with a C6 SCT/x0.63 focal reducer/533MC camera on an AVX mount. The Sharpcap image was captured in OBS Studio where brightness and contrast correction was undertaken before the feed was both streamed and saved. What you will view is a speeded-up version of this real-time feed cropped for better presentation - thus, I think this still qualifies as EAA.
The real-time feed was one of two feeds provided by the San Diego Astronomy Association to timeanddate.com for their live coverage of the event. The full-length video produced by timeanddate.com is available here - https://youtu.be/_NjREh2WE2c.
Edited by garyhawkins, 03 December 2020 - 12:22 PM.