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Images from the Aug. 28, 2007, Lunar Eclipse
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Image of the Lunar Eclipse by Brian Karczewski


Image above: This image shows the last bit of light creeping away as the Moon slips completely into the heart of the Earth's shadow during the Lunar Eclipse on August 28, 2007. The blue color in this image is caused by the Earth's ozone layer, which gives our planet's shadow a turquise-colored fringe. This image of the Moon was taken by Brian Karczewski of Hemet, California. Credit: Brian Karczewski/SpaceWeather.com

Image below: This image shows the Lunar Eclipse as a series of images of the Moon taken by Dylan O'Donnell in Albury, New South Wales, Australia. Credit: Dylan O'Donnell/SpaceWeather.com


Image of the Lunar Eclipse by Dylan ODonnell

Image of the Moon during the eclipse taken by Anthony Arrigo Image of the Moon during the eclipse taken by Michael Daugherty


Image above left: This image shows a star emerging from the limb of the Moon during the eclipse on August 28, 2007. This image of the Moon was taken by Anthony Arrigo of Park City, Utah. Credit: Anthony Arrigo/SpaceWeather.com

Image above right: This image shows the moon during the eclipse on August 28, 2007. This image of the Moon was taken by Anthony Arrigo of Michael Daugherty of Santa Ana, California. Credit: Michael Daugherty/SpaceWeather.com

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