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Photo: Bloody Moon

The longest lunar eclipse in the last 100 years in photos from around the world.

On the night of July 28, residents of different countries of the Earth could observe the longest total eclipse of the Moon in the 21st century. In the process of the phenomenon, the moon was completely closed and painted a blood-red color. Many Russians because of the weather conditions could not see a total eclipse, but the astronomical event was made out by residents of Europe and Asia.

collected photos of an unusual phenomenon from the collections of Western news agencies.

Full Moon before the eclipse in Turkey. Getty
Full Moon before the eclipse in Turkey. Getty
The television tower of Berlin and the Moon on the background. EPA photo
The television tower of Berlin and the Moon on the background. EPA photo
Bloody Moon in Italy. Getty
Bloody Moon in Italy. Getty
Partial eclipse in Albania. AFP
Partial eclipse in Albania. AFP
View of the eclipse from Cyprus. Getty
View of the eclipse from Cyprus. Getty
Venice and the Bloody Moon. Getty
Venice and the Bloody Moon. Getty
"Bloody Moon" and mountains in Lucerne, Switzerland
“Bloody Moon” and mountains in Lucerne, Switzerland
Temple of Apollo and the Moon on the background. AFP
Temple of Apollo and the Moon on the background. AFP
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