04 October 2015

Blood Moon, Supermoon

A lot has happened around the world in the six days since the moon slipped into, and then back out of, a total eclipse. Here are a few pictures of how it looked from Lyon, France during the early morning hours of 28 September 2015.

The next full eclipse of the moon will take place on 31 January 2018.

(click on the images to see a larger view)

04:47 GMT +2 - The moon in maximum eclipse

05:12 GMT + 2 — exposure time 2 seconds

05/16 GMT +2 — exposure time 4 seconds
The dots of coloured light come from an airplane passing in front
of the moon during exposure.

05:30 GMT +2 — exposure time 2 seconds
The moon on its way out of the eclipse.
images are ©Alex Quici

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