Time-Lapse Video of Last Night’s Lunar Eclipse

Nerd. Out.

Sent to you by tony via Google Reader:

via Geekosystem by Robert Quigley on 12/21/10

Last night presented an ultra-rare treat for astronomy buffs: Not only was there a total lunar eclipse beginning at about 12:30am EST, but the eclipse coincided with the arrival of the winter solstice for the first time in 372 years.

Shooting from Gainesville, Florida, William Castleman created the above time-lapse video of last night's eclipse, condensing the lunar action from 1:10 AM EST to 5:03 AM EST into 2 minutes.

See also: NASA's gorgeous photo of the eclipse.

(via Gawker TV)


Things you can do from here:

Comments