You probably heard alot about it and if you weren’t able to watch it, here are 13 inspiring photos that will make your jawdrop.
During last total lunar eclipse, the Earth lies directly between the sun and the moon, causing the Earth to cast its shadow on the moon. If Earth didn’t have an atmosphere, then, when the moon was entirely within Earth’s shadow, the moon would would appear black, perhaps even invisible.
Last night's #supermoon. This phenomenon occurs when the #Moon is in the closest part of its orbit to Earth, meaning it appears larger in the sky. The #eclipse caught here by @tomas_sent which made the Moon appear red has been visible in North America, South America, West Africa and all over Western Europe. This phenomenon was last observed in 1982 and won't come again until 2033. Those that were dedicated enough to stay up, were truly rewarded! 🙌😳 // #thisislondon
Moonrise over the Sacré-Coeur As the moon is a trending topic today, I thought it is the right time to share with you my luckiest and favourite nightshot ever ! I took it last year on September 10th while I was on a private rooftop. That day, I was shooting the Iron Lady and suddenly when I turned around, I saw this big moon rising over the Sacre Coeur … It was unbelievable to see it live ! The moon was exactly as shown in the picture, not edited nor photoshopped ! At that time, I was beginning using my DSLR and did not know that there was an app that could tell me where the moon was rising. That’s why I was totally lucky to be at the right place at the right time ! This was the little story behind this shot Thanks for reading ! #sacrecoeur #montmartre
Where were you when the #SuperMoon aka #BloodMoon appeared in the sky last night? For photographer @JohnKelseyPhoto, who spent the #Eclipse on his Brooklyn rooftop, he came away with this epic panorama shot of the #moon's many phases! And we can't help but share it with you now. To see the panorama in full and more of his cool work, visit and follow 500px.com/johnkelsey1 To see 40 more photos of last night's event, visit our blog iso.500px.com for a roundup that will blow you away! 🌑🌒🌓🌔🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑 #minimalpeople #postthepeople
Photo by @stephenwilkes: A view we won't have again until 2033. In many parts of the US, clouds obstructed this incredible phenomenon. In my case, I drove a few miles from my home to a local beach and was very excited to find a clear sky, allowing me to take an unobstructed photo of the #bloodmooneclipse. #supermoon #bloodmoon #bloodmoon2015 #eclipse #moon#redmoon #CompoBeach #stars