Lunar Eclipse As Seen From The Moon (2011.06.15) [720p] (by djxatlanta)
During the June 15, 2011 lunar eclipse, scientists will be able to get a unique view of the moon. While the sun is blocked by the Earth, LRO’s Diviner instrument will take the temperature on the lunar surface. Since different rock sizes cool at different rates, scientists will be able to infer the size and density of rocks on the moon. This animation shows the June 15 lunar eclipse as viewed from the Moon. Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center.
Total lunar eclipse of Jun 15, 2011 from Central Italy (by Daniele Nicolucci ✈ Jollino)
Composite image of the lunar eclipse of June 15th 2011, as seen from Earth coordinates 42.345082, 14.171832. (Chieti, central Italy). Note that at this location the eclipse was already occurring at moonrise. The difference in exposure in shots 4-8 is intentional; the moon was almost invisible to the naked eye.
Fuente: Flickr / jollino