Here’s a little something different for you. On the evening of January 20-21 2019 we had full lunar eclipse. This photograph was created using a post processing technique called “stacking” which combines a bunch of photographs of the same subject to improve some aspect of the images. In this case, there was a lot of grain or “noise” in the images because the camera’s sensitivity was set very high to compensate for the dimness of the moon. By combining 10 images, the noise was smoothed out to create a nicer image.