Elias Politis captured the June 15th eclipse as seen from above the Acropolis, in Athens, Greece. You can see the progression of the moon in the following video. You can also view a composite photograph of the same scene, as it was chosen at the Astronomy Picture of the Day on June 25th.
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If you have ever wanted to get a good lunar eclipse photograph, today might be your lucky day. Wednesday’s full moon will be the longest and deepest total lunar eclipse in more than ten years. Unfortunately for us folk in North America, we will not be able to see it. If you live in Europe, South America, or Africa, you may get to watch the eclipse, which is expected to last for more than 100 minutes.