Planets Parade, Eclipse, and a Flare

By: Miguel Claro


Region: Europe

Site: Alqueva - Portugal

Date: 2018 July 28

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From the photographer: "About 15 minutes after the end of totality in the longest total lunar eclipse of the century, a beautiful moment happened in the wide-angle view with the Moon and Mars, Milky Way and Saturn, as well as Jupiter and a flare from satellite FORMOSAT-2, as seen from Campinho, Dark Sky Alqueva, Portugal."
Click the constellation icon above the image for a telephoto view of the total eclipse only 6 degrees away from Mars at its brightest time in 15 years.

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