The next full lunar eclipse will occur no earlier than 2021.
Early in the morning of January 21, a total lunar eclipse occurred , the next such is expected no earlier than 2021. It was most convenient to observe the phenomenon in North and South America, it was partially visible in the north-west of the European part of Russia, in the northern regions of the Urals, Siberia and the Far East.
It coincided with the so-called superfline, when the full moon seems a bit bigger and brighter due to its slightly closer location to the Earth.
The whole eclipse cycle took about three hours, of which about an hour the moon was completely hidden by a shadow from the Earth. During this period, it usually acquires a dark red hue, which is why the phenomenon is also called the “bloody moon”.
In social networks – the mass of photos taken by amateur observers.
— Maple Bacon Photography (@MapleBaconPhoto) January 21, 2019
super blood wolf moon ; 210119 pic.twitter.com/llj9QLqLX1
— ♈︎ (@anreithe) January 21, 2019
— Calen (@TheCalenator) January 21, 2019
— Azarely💖 (@azarely) January 21, 2019
— Fr. Darryl Millette (@frdarryl) January 21, 2019