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Total Eclipse 2017
Review by Ernest Lilley
TechRevu  ISBN/ITEM#: 2017SolarEclips
Date: 27 August 2017

Links: NASA Eclipse Page 2017 / Flickr Album /

If you weren't in the path of totality , you may have experieced a partial eclipse. If so, the light got a bit dimmer and things might have felt a bit cooler...but you were left wondeing what the fuss was. On the other had, if you were there when the sun went out and a brilliant ring surrouinded the moon, you were probably left as stunned by the experience as we were. And then it was over and we wanted to do it all over again. 

Well, the 2017 total eclipse is history now, but we can relive the scene at Hopkinsville, KY where we got to experience totality, which was simply awesome. Thanks to Alex and Phil Pournelle for logistics support, and to Lensrentals.com for the loan of our camera, a Sony RX10M3, whose 600 mm zoom was just what we needed and a perfect match for SolarHub.com's high density solar filter. Now all we have to do is waith until April 2024 for the next eclipse.

 

 Here's my pohto set on Flickr for the event at Hopkinsville, KY


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