Between Sunday night and Monday morning, a total lunar eclipse will take place with Earth’s shadow falling over the moon and turning it blood red. The phenomenon will be visible in South America, Central America, and parts of North America, Europe and Africa.
The moon glowed red on Sunday night and the early hours of Monday, after a total lunar eclipse that saw the sun, Earth and moon form a straight line in the night sky.
Astronomers got a spectacular show as a total lunar eclipse took place. Although it is a total eclipse of the moon, the moon will never go completely dark but rather take on a coppery red glow – – called a blood moon.
What people are saying?
Russ Puss It’s red because of all the dust and pollution in our atmosphere. Beautiful to look at? Well it is if you like reminding of how much crap there is in the atmosphere.