There are thousands of pictures of the lunar eclipse (which I missed, damn!) that occurred this past week. But I’m sure there is just one picture of the eclipse taken from the moon.
“As seen from the Moon” [Short URL: http://www.ipatrix.com/?p=2431] was published Friday, February 22nd, 2008 at 9:43 pm by Patrix, filed under Asides, Photography, Science. Both comments and linkbacks are closed.
I always knew there was a woman on the Moon ;)
I watched the eclipse until totality – it helped a lot that I could see the moon right from my couch :)
Lekhni, know what? I’ve never been able to see anything on the Moon; man or woman. Ash sees a rabbit…go figure! But the moon from your couch? Now that’s a location.
That is a fantastic picture. Apparently the weather on the moon was not crappy like the weather on earth!
Sampada, LOL! I can almost hear the weather anchor on the Moon saying, “Still no atmosphere. Details at 11.”
That would be nice except it’s not a real picture from the moon. From the description,
graphic artist Hana Gartstein (Haifa, Israel) offers this composite illustration.
Ravi, Sheesh! I guess I missed out on mentioning that. If wishes were horses…
Maybe Lekhni and I are neighbors! I, too, watched the eclipse from my couch (although I had to do some acrobatic neck-craning to achieve this, particularly as the moon rose higher). It was a lovely sight. Kamini.
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