On January 31, a super-blue bloody Moon rose above Los Angeles, creating an amazing astronomical show. For the first time in 35 years, the Earth traveler has synchronized with the super-life and the total lunar eclipse.
January 31, 2018 Moon pleased us with her triple appearance. For the first time in 35 years, the satellite was synchronized with the super-life and the total lunar eclipse, creating a bloody color.
The best places went to Hawaii and Alaska. Residents of Australia, Asia, USA and Russia joined them. In the Griffith Observatory (Los Angeles), hundreds of people settled on a lawn under a clear sky to enjoy what is happening. The East American coast, Europe and much of South America and Africa did not get a view of the eclipse. But over Cape Canaveral (Florida) there is a blue super moon.
NASA called the event a triple show. The broadcast could be viewed with the help of terrestrial telescopes online during the entire period of the eclipse. A total lunar eclipse is most interesting for scientists, since the satellite, the Earth, and the Sun line up in a perfect line.