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Coronaed Moon

Originally published January 16, 2011 LPOD-Jan16-11.jpg
image by Stefano De Rosa, Turin, Italy

The 10 days old gibbous Moon was surronded for a while by thin clouds producing a beatiful corona. The image is the result of one short and one long exposure, combined together in order to show the features of the bright lunar surface with the painted sky as a background.

Stefano De Rosa

Technical Details
January 14, 2011. Short exposure: Canon Eos 1000d; Exp: 1/80 sec.; F/6.3; ISO: 100. Long exposure: Canon Eos 1000d; Exp: 2 sec. ; F/6.3; ISO: 100

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