Combined time-lapse and real-time video of the “Great American Eclipse“, the total solar eclipse on 21 Aug 2017 in Oregon, USA.
Kombiniertes Zeitraffer- und Echtzeitvideo der “Great American Eclipse“, der totalen Sonnenfinsternis am 21. August in Oregon, USA.
Da hatte ich doch glatt vergessen, das schon letztes Jahr erstellte Time-lapse Video hier auf der Website zu posten.
For some reason I didn’t post last year’s time-lapse video to the website, so here it is.
Noch ein Nachzügler vom letzten Jahr, hat ein Weilchen gedauert, die GoPro-Videos aufzubereiten, nicht zuletzt auch durch die Einarbeitung in DaVinci Resolve. Also hier die totale Sofi 2016 Indonesien in Realtime, bevor jetzt die ganzen Ergebnisse der ringförmigen von den Hard Core Finsternisreisenden kommen …
Something from the backlog, finally I managed to complete the real time video of the total solar eclipse 09 Mar 2016 in Indonesia. Just to get this out of the door, before all the results from the hard core eclipse chasers for the ASE on next weekend come in …
See you in Oregon, USA …
Time-lapse video of the partial solar eclipse on Hakos, Namibia (annular in Central Africa, Madagascar, La Réunion).
Zeitraffer der partiellen Sonnenfinsternis auf Hakos, Namibia (ringförmig in Zentralafrika, Madagaskar, La Réunion).
A Namibia July 2015 road trip time-lapse video.
Time-lapse photography by Martin Junius: GoPro HERO4 Silver, Lightroom, Avisynth, ffmpeg
Music “Night in Namibia” by Martin Junius: NI Komplete and analog sounds from a Moog Mother-32
Special thanks to: Johann Walter Straube (R.I.P.), Waltraud Eppelmann, Friedhelm Hund, Wolf-Peter Hartmann
… and of course: Jennifer Büter, Susanne Büter
Also uploaded to Youtube.
Somewhat cloudy, especially towards the end, but most of the transit of Mercury was clearly visible from Brück, Cologne, Germany.
Einige Wolken, besonders zum Ende hin, aber der Großteil der Merkurtransits konnte in Brück, Köln beobachtet werden.
- Canon 5D Mark II, Televue Powermate 2x, William Optics FT 81 FD f/5.9 478mm, Baader filter, Skywatcher AZ EQ6 GT
- Canon 5D Mark III, EF 8-15 f/4 L Fisheye @ 14mm
- GoPro Hero4 Silver
- 2x ISR Twin1 timer
Location: near Friedhof Brück, Cologne, Germany
50°55’45” N 7°4’43” E
More than two years after our last one, we took the plunge and off into the darkness. Literally.
What I’m writing about is the total solar eclipse of 20 March 2015 over the Northern Atlantic Ocean, of course. A place and time where weather prospect weren’t exactly stellar or solar, thus quite early, already in 2013, we booked Eclipse Reisen’s e-flight (operated by Air Berlin, AB 1000) from Düsseldorf.
Into the car, onto the plane, into the darkness, back into the light and the Düsseldorfian fog, and home-bound again. 12 hours round-trip, certainly a very “efficient” eclipse trip. ;-)
The experience in the air was quite different from our previous ground-based eclipse excursions. A lot of the anxiety and anticipation – will we really see totality? – is missing, as success is almost guaranteed. And when the plane finally navigates into the “eclipse run”, the partial phase is mostly completed, we didn’t get to see C1 or C4.
But absolutely priceless is the view of the moon’s umbra moving across the clouds below, seemingly slowly catching up with the air plane, then plunging us into darkness, and finally off it goes, moving away from of us. Thus I’m very happy that I was able to catch this on video.
35,000 ft above the Northern Atlantic / Norwegian Sea with mid totality at 63°31’21.3″N 7°53’05.6″W / UTC 09:43:30. From the telephoto shots I did, the contact times and positions were as follows:
- C2 at UTC 09:41:35 / 63°20’18” N 8°13’23” W
- C3 at UTC 09:45:15 / 63°40’53” N 7°35’37” W
for a totality duration of 3min 40s.
Impressive, as it always has been and will be. Where’s the next one? …
Short time-lapse video from London in October 2013.
Video created using AVISynth, VirtualDub, Handbrake. Music created using Beatmaker 2, Nave, Sunrizer on iPad.
And while we are at it, given this time of the year: Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!