#AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong |#HongKong Space Museum – August 7-18, 2017- Partial Luna Eclipse – Highlights


On in between the oncoming Monday midnight of onwards till the morning of Seventh to Eighth- Tuesday of August 2017 in which there was a partial eclipse over in Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong.. In which the Hong Kong Space Museum did a live webcast of the event…  During the event the moon is undergoing through a Partial Luna Eclipse in which it’s shadowed only to twenty five percent of the earth shadow during the six hour event as it reach onwards till 0230 hours in the morning in where Earth’s Umbra in where a Maximum eclipse is reached in viewing in between south towards the southwest towards so in which the one of the best locations to look within the city is at Tism Sha Shui or at Victoria Peak given that there are some interesting dark sheltering spots to view the event… as towards the next Lunar Eclipse event in Hong Kong it’ll be on 31st January 2018 in which will be a Total Lunar Eclipse..


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Photos were taken through the in between two solar flitered Meades LX-200 series telescopes, between the eight and ten inch mirrors in diameter. | postcard technique.

On the Fourteenth of November 2012, over the pacific there was a very unique temporal event that happened but the next one is seen again is on 2038 Dec 26.  The Temporal event was a total solar eclipse but partial it was a eclipsing in New Zealand seen.

Over here in Auckland, the partial total solar eclipse lasted for least in four hours in duration. In account of the day, the weather has been in part favourable than this year’s transit of Venus in which observing at Auckland Observatory | Stardome at that time was rolling robed clouds throughout the day. Somehow by Rao, the weather this time was pretty much scattered in good form behaviouring, letting us to view this time than to the Transit of Venus.

The whole dialogue started throughout into early hours of the morning of 0930 to least 1300 hours to the early afternoon. The crowds gather at the back of the Observatory where there was more room to accommodate them and the bank of grass provided more comfort standing, sitting and laying down to viewing the timeless event through either use of the Solar glasses or the various of telescopes with solar fliters.  The media was there also, from broadcasters such as 3News.co.nz, onenews also Skynews-prime. the atmosphere was packed, there was numberous photographers also. one nice thing photographing is noticing the sunspots, a dozen or least through using the different solar fliters.

During the height of the moment, when the moon shadowed at its total partial eclipse the day was warmly heated tempted then later be felt a slightly cooler, as most of the light intensity decreases as the Moon moves in front of the sun eclipsing its dark sheer chiffon shadow across the New Zealand’s landscape.