The upcoming lunar eclipse Blood Moon would be an astonishing display in the night sky. Because of its unusual appearance, many people will try to snap a photo of it or just watch it at night.
As of the moment, there has not been a solar or lunar eclipse yet this 2021. Although this is the case, various space experts and researchers predicted that there would be a total of four eclipses to take place these coming months before 2022 arrives.
The first one to appear is called the Blood Moon, which will be a full lunar eclipse. If you are one of those who are interested in capturing it or watching the upcoming space event, here are its details.
Where and When to Watch the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse?
On the other hand, residents of the South and North America, Antarctica, Indian Ocean, and Atlantic could also see the Blood Moon with their naked eyes.
On the other hand, experts said that the upcoming space event will be at its peak at around 4:49 p.m. IST. You can start to watch it taking its form at 2:16 p.m. IST.
Aside from this, those who are interested could also wait from 4:41 p.m. to 4:56 p.m. IST to see the complete form of the upcoming Blood Moon. This is also the time it will be visible to the naked human eyes.
How to Capture It Using Only Your Smartphone
Gadgets 360 previously provided some tips on how you can use your smartphone to capture a lunar eclipse. You don't need to have the latest Samsung Galaxy S21, iPhone 12, or other expensive brands to do this.
However, you need to make sure that your handset has the pro camera feature. To get started, here are the things you need to do if you want to snap a photo of the upcoming Blood Moon lunar eclipse:
- Go to an open space and carry a tripod.
- Prepare your equipment by attaching your phone to the tripod. Make sure that it is on a stable surface and there is no tree to block your device's view.
- After that, you need to activate your Pro camera mode to adjust the settings of your smartphone. The best setting to use is to set your ISO to around 800-1600. Use autofocus and adjust your shutter speed to around 15 to 30 seconds.
- You can also adjust your aperture to allow more light to enter your lens. After that, just sit, watch, and wait until the 30 seconds are over.
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Written by: Griffin Davis