Supermoon Lunar Eclipse 28 September 2015

Date: Sep 28, 2015 | Faculties, Faculty of Science, News


Dr Richard Britto, a postdoctoral fellow in the Physics Department organised a lunar eclipse watching for students early Monday morning. The pictures were taken by Britto with his mobile Nokia C7 (full focus camera) through the 26-mm eyepiece of telescope MEADE ETX125-AT. Approximately 20-25 people attended – these were mainly students. Unfortunately the group picture shown was taken only at the end, after the crowd had left.

Supermoon Lunar Eclipse

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