In photos: Sunday's super blood wolf moon eclipse
A super blood moon is above a mineshaft in Dortmund, western Germany. Photo: Bernd Thissen/AFP/Getty Images
The moon, Earth and sun lined up last night in a full eclipse — the last until 2021.
Why it matters: During totality, the moon looked red because of sunlight scattering off Earth's atmosphere — a blood moon. And in January, the full moon is also sometimes known as the wolf moon or great spirit moon, the AP reports.
This composite photo shows all the phases, as seen from Miami, Fla.
This combination photo shows the totally eclipsed moon (center), and others at different stages during the total lunar eclipse, as seen from L.A.
This photo, made with a 12½-inch telescope by astrophotographer Johnny Horne, shows the totally eclipsed moon, glowing with a reddish color against the background of stars over Stedman, N.C.