Last night half of the world (Eastern Asia, Australasia, Pacific and the Americas) enjoyed a total lunar eclipse. Again clouds were moving around over Sydney during all the day, I actually see the moon rising in the evening and in just few minutes moving into the clouds. The sky was almost completely covered when the eclipse started, at around 20:15 local time. I was fearing that, as it happened with the partial solar eclipse visible in Sydney last 29th April, I would not be able to get any useful image of the eclipse.
In any case, as I did for the occultation of Saturn by the Moon last May, I set up my telescope in the backyard and prepared everything for taking some photos of the event. Although I followed the eclipse almost completely, the clouds only allowed me to get good images in three occasions. These are the results:
It is not too much but I hope you like it. I will wait for the next total lunar eclipse to try to get the time-lapse sequence of all the event.