It was the first time in three years that we have had the chance to see a total lunar eclipse from Australia, with the Moon spending just over three hours passing through Earth’s shadow.
The great thing about lunar eclipses is that no special equipment was needed to watch it all unfold.
Why is it called a #SuperBlueBloodMoon?— NASA (@NASA) January 31, 2018
🌕Supermoon – When the Moon is at or near its closest point to Earth
🔵Blue Moon – The second full moon in a month
🔴Blood Moon – The red tint Earth’s shadow casts on the Moon during a lunar eclipse
Watch it live: https://t.co/OduDuvJhUPpic.twitter.com/lezmdEVHHv
Check out more photos from across regional Australia. Just click on the images below to see more.