Miss the lunar eclipse overnight? Here it is in 60 seconds

Miss the lunar eclipse overnight? Here it is in 60 seconds

A composite photo shows all the phases of the so-called Super Blood Wolf Moon total lunar eclipse on Sunday January 20, 2019 in Panama City. A cold but clear winter night across Canada gave witnesses an ideal view of the blood-coloured moon.

The full eclipse began at 4.40 am in the United Kingdom and appeared red at 5.12 am, according to the Royal Astronomical Society.

Tenerife, a Spanish island off West Africa, was treated to a great sighting.

A picture taken on January 21, 2019 the Super Blood Moon seen behind the equestrian statue of the Saxon king Johann during a lunar eclipse in Dresden, Germany.

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Surrounded by stars, the eclipsed moon turns red over Mount Baker. The penumbra is the partial outer shadow, and the umbra is the full, dark shadow.

Known as a "super blood wolf moon" - the moon also appeared brighter and larger than normal due to its proximity to the Earth. And David Wahl, the Director of Awesome at Seattle's Archie McPhee novelty emporium, suggested that from now on, each night's moon should be given a jazzy name.

"We're going into this unusual lull in total lunar eclipses over the next couple of years", explained Tom Kerss, an astronomer from the Royal Observatory Greenwich.

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