360-degree Panorama View of November 2022 Total Lunar Eclipse

A 360-degree panorama view of the total lunar eclipse over Kitt Peak National Observatory, a Program of NSF’s NOIRLab, on 8 November 2022. The eclipse occurred when the Moon passed through the northern part of the Earth’s shadow. In this part of the Earth’s shadow the effect of the ozone layer in our atmosphere is more visible, showing as a turquoise tint on the northern part of the lunar disc.

You can view the Image of the Week for this eclipse here with more exciting images of the 8 November 2022 lunar eclipse incl. a fulldome panorama here.

Credit:

KPNO/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA/P. Horálek (Institute of Physics in Opava)

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Id:iotw2245g
Type:Photographic
Release date:Nov. 9, 2022, 9:11 a.m.
Size:32516 x 16258 px
Field of View:360° x 180°

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