Jake, it's true that your first two shots are a bit blurry but the last one is pretty nice.
I think we'd all be curious to also know the settings you've shot at and the gear you've used.
I have myself, for the first time last night, taken pictures of the night sky and I've realized how hard it was to get the moon in sharp focus. ( I still can't say I'm pleased
) Setting the focus to infinity didn't work for me and I actually had to bring it back a bit. It was SO SO sensitive, it's incredible. I also didn't have a tripod so I've tried my best to stabilize the camera on the top of my car and letting it rest on a bunched up thick shirt. The -27*C didn't help either as my hands froze and got shaky very fast but all-in-all I am very happy I went and tried it out
lol ok enough talking... and more photos
Here is a mosaic of the best shots from last night. The partial eclipse was shot at 10 min. interval and I've also added 2 shots of the total eclipse.
Here's also a 100% crop of one of them for reference.
190mm - f/5.6 - 1/2 s. - 800ISO