Here I collected some photos of the bloody moon from around the world, including my own. If you want your pictures to become famous, send them to my e-mail: [email protected]
The clouds were tricky over Los Angeles, California, where the total lunar eclipse was cloud-covered, as seen from the image above the Griffith Observatory.
It so happened that last night's super moon was also a full moon before the autumnal equinox.
During a lunar eclipse, the Earth is between the Sun and the Moon, but the Moon still receives sunlight, which is refracted through the atmosphere of our planet, often painting the moon in rich red or orange. However, this is not the reason for the name of some eclipses "blood moon".
The bloody moon is the last lunar eclipse of four full successful lunar eclipses (without partial transitions), each of which is divided by 6 lunar months.
The superluna appears over Sydney, Australia, before the start of a lunar eclipse. Unfortunately for the inhabitants of Australia (and most of Asia), the eclipse occurred on the other side of the planet.
Bloody Moon in clear sky in Jerusalem, Israel.
A lunar eclipse over Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Clouds obstruct a clear view of the eclipse over New York.
Clear skies over Cape Town, South Africa, provide impeccable viewing during a total eclipse.
The eclipse of the supermoon hung over statues in Venice, Italy.
The descent of the super-moon from the time of a total eclipse, the sun's rays reflect the surface of the moon, the end of the last lunar eclipse of the super-moon until 2033.
A total lunar eclipse is coming to an end over Cape Town, South Africa.
After the lunar eclipse, the supermoon still remained at night. Although the term "supermoon" sounds great, it is not much exaggerated. As the moon rotates in orbit around the earth in an unusual way, the distance between the earth and the moon changes by about 30, 000 miles, giving the appearance of the full moon in the night sky 14% more from the point of closest approach (perigee) compared to the farthest distance (apogee ).