Presented admin on Wed, 01/30/2019 – 10:51 hod
Rosev's photographer Mark Connolly was struggling with cold temperatures and lacking equipment on the night of January 20 to photograph the full moon eclipse.
Occasionally lying on his back in the driveway to document the celestial event for three hours, Connolly said he had stitched three frames to make the picture on the left.
The event in which the earth blocked the light of the Sun from reflecting from the Moon was popularly called "the super blood of the moon wave", combining the names of various moon events.
Supermonger is at a time when the Moon is at its full stage closest to Earth, and the Moon Moon is what some native Americans call the first full moon of the year. It was called a moon of blood because of its color during the eclipse.
The next month's eclipse will happen on July 16, though it will not be seen from North America.