Yesterday, the world witnessed a rare astronomical wonder that occurs once in 150 years, the super blue blood moon. It was also the first lunar eclipse of 2018 when the lunar eclipse coincides with the supermoon, the astronomical phenomenon is known as the blue moon.
The moon yesterday, appeared 30% brighter and 14% bigger.
In India, the super blue blood moon was visible between 6.21 pm and 7.37 pm, the total lunar eclipse ended after that and the moon came out of the shadow of the earth, the partial lunar eclipse ended at 8:41 pm, lasting for almost 1 hour 16 minutes. At 6:21pm. The rising moon was slightly more reddish in colour than it normally is.
Many parts of the world witnessed this rare phenomenon and these photos prove that the sight was simply breathtaking. Have a look!
We are awestruck. What about you?
Information and images sourced from theguardian