If you’re under 30, you’ve never seen anything like the “super blood moon” eclipse that took place last night. As Sarah explained, the event was the result of the moon being its closest to Earth, being full, being eclipsed by the shadow of the Earth, and reflecting all the world’s sunsets. The beautiful sight was captured all around the world, and below are some of our favorites:
What could make such an event even better? Astrophotographer Thierry Legault captured the first ever transit of the International Space Station with a lunar eclipse as a backdrop:
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