Tag Archives: Moon

Coming September 27: a marvelous total lunar eclipse

On the night of September 27, 2015 Earth’s shadow will cross the face of its Moon and viewers across North America will be treated to a total lunar eclipse. We, in Northeastern Ohio, are in luck this time as the entire … Continue reading

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Saturday, September 19: International Observe the Moon Night

The Cuyahoga Astronomical Association (CAA) will host a public observing night at their Letha House Park observatory Saturday night, September 19, from 8:00 to 10:00. For location and observatory information, click here! Come see the moon (and other objects) via members’ … Continue reading

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First Public Star Party of 2015

Saturday night, May 23, the Cuyahoga Astronomical Association (CAA) held our first Public Star Party for 2015. The event took place at the club’s observatory situated on the grounds of the Medina County Park System’s Letha House Park in Spencer, Ohio. … Continue reading

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Crescent Moon shows off some craters

  

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Almost Full Moon

by Dave Watkins I was playing around with stills, videos, and some different cameras last night (August 7). This was 1080P video mode from my Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera and Celestron EdgeHD 8-inch using prime (focus), T-adapter (with … Continue reading

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Earth and Moon seen from Saturn and Mercury

These images show views of Earth and the moon from NASA’s Cassini (left) and MESSENGER spacecraft (right) from July 19, 2013. In the Cassini image, the wide-angle camera has captured Saturn’s rings and our planet Earth and its moon in … Continue reading

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“Awesome” PANSTARRS viewed and photographed

Mid-March saw a good bit of interest in Comet C/2011 L4 (PANSTARRS). As it approached perihelion the comet put on a good show for observers in the Southern Hemisphere. It was known PANSTARRS would, after its close passage to the … Continue reading

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