The Marmolada and the Partial Lunar Eclipse of May 16, 2022

August 04, 2022

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Partially eclipsed moon

Photographer: Alessandra Masi  
Summary Author: Alessandra Masi  

Featured above is the partially eclipsed Moon, about to set near the Marmolada (10,968 ft or 3,343 m), the highest mountain in the Dolomites Range of the Alps Mountains. This lunar eclipse could only be observed as a partial eclipse in Europe. The Marmolada Glacier at right center is the most extensive glacial system in the Dolomites. Photo taken on May 16, 2022.

Photo details: Canon 5D Mark iii camera; Canon 24/105 a ,73mm lens; multi-exposures.


Belluno, Veneto, Italy Coordinates: 46.1425, 12.2167

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