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Thu Aug 24 20:10:42 EDT 2017
You're overcomplicating it. It's quite straightforward really. After he took the first picture he turned round and photographed it again, from the other side.
> On 25 Aug 2017, at 00:54, Ken Waller <kwaller at peoplepc.com> wrote:
> Ok I'll play
> One was an actual capture of the eclipse while the other, (B+W) was a capture of the projection of the eclipse through a pin hole.
> Kenneth Waller
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Daniel J. Matyola" <danmatyola at gmail.com>
> Subject: GESO: Different Moons
>> These two rather crude images where taken at the same location in New
>> Jersey within a few minutes of each other:
>> Someone asked me why the crescents are reversed. Can you deduce the reason
>> they are so different?
>> Dan Matyola
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