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A Wonderful Corona

Originally published November 23, 2010 LPOD-Nov23-10.jpg
image by Guillaume Cannat, Prades-le-lez, south of France

Here's a recent picture that I took. It was the brightest Moon corona I've ever seen! I made a mosaic with 3 images to make them as precisely as possible what I observed: one for the center, another for the first ring and third for the rest. I did not increase the intensity of the colors that were perfectly visible to the naked eye throughout the cloud.

Guillaume Cannat

Technical Details
Nov. 18, 2010. Nikon D700, 200 ISO, Zeiss 100 mm Makro-planar f/D:2, 1/10, 1/5 and 1/3 exposures.

Yesterday's LPOD: Ridged

Tomorrow's LPOD: Faces of the Moon


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