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Published on Apr 26, 2013
This is actually a timelapse of the penumbral lunar eclipse that happened on April 25th 2013, however as it's with a Hero 3 it's not really visible. This is an awesome timelapse though, you can see how the moon rather then tracking in an arch like we think of it normally, it's tracking across the earth. Remember the Hero 3 has a 120 degree field of vision, but this couldn't even keep it in view after 11900 pictures and almost 7 hours starting at about 5:30am. It didn't set until almost 4pm in the afternoon (at least). Remember this is after the final winter sunset so although twilight comes up, and it's pointed in generally the right direction, we didn't see the sun all day.