I know it's short notice, but I just found out about tonights total Lunar eclipse. For those who have never seen one, or paid any attention to them, outside of seeing the rings of Saturn with your own eyes through a telescope, the TOTAL lunar eclipse is the most awesome thing you could ever witness in the night sky. Our whole lives we see the moon in it's glowing bright white light, but on a total lunar eclipse, the full moon barely glows in a reddish hue, no glow around it at all. It really takes on a 3-d look and you really get the sense that it IS just a rock floating out in space, I recommend looking! 9:00 Tonight.
Now, my question is, since it hardly has any light reflecting off of it, what might be the optimal settings for an HV20 on a tripod? By the way, it's dim enough to actually be hard or impossible to view with a telescope. Usually the naked eye is best.