Stunning Images of the Super Blood Wolf Moon From Around the World

Jan 21, 2019

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Sunday night’s Super Blood Wolf Moon was one for the memory books. Although inclement weather plagued many parts of the world, plenty of stargazers still managed to brave the cold conditions to snap and share hundreds of stunning images from where they stood.

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A number of photographers created composite images compiling a number of photographs within a single frame in order to show the progression of the lunar eclipse.

The “super blood wolf moon” phenomenon occurs when the moon is fully eclipsed by the earth while at the closest part of its orbit around our planet. The combination occurrence will not take place again until May 26, 2021.

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While TPG has yet to see any images of the super blood wolf moon from 35,000 feet in the air, a number of amateur and professional photographers alike went to great lengths and heights to capture some truly epic images.

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Did you get a good shot of the super blood wolf moon last night? Share it with us [here; link pending from TPG Lounge] in the TPG Lounge!

Featured photo courtesy of Anthony Quintaro via Twitter

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