All the best photos of the 2019 ‘Half Blood Thunder Moon’ partial lunar eclipse
Earth’s shadow was projected onto the moon on July 16 for everyone on Earth except North Americans
Did you see the ‘Half Blood’ moon last night? If you missed it, here are some of the best photos of the beautiful celestial event that came exactly two weeks after the total solar eclipse in Chile and Argentina (and here’s a great review from The Guardian).
Gorgeous #LunarEclipse we observe yesterday from #Atacama #Desert in #Chile. Beautiful golden color ! #LunarEclipse2019 #Luna #astronomy #Astrophotography #eclipse #Moon #Noticias pic.twitter.com/nE0uJ0C24z
— Yuri Beletsky (@YBeletsky) July 17, 2019
A few more picture of last night's #LunarEclipse pic.twitter.com/sB1ozJYizG
— University of Hertfordshire Observatory (@BayfordburyObs) July 17, 2019
#LunarEclipse and #TowerBridge. What's not to like? pic.twitter.com/TcU3vnIZbz
— Keith Mansfield📚🚀✨ (@KeithMansfield) July 16, 2019
OK, so it was a bit cloudy for the partial #LunarEclipse but I'm not complaining cos you get moody images like this (if you're patient)🌙🔭😉 #astronomy #astrophotography pic.twitter.com/q2VAZ3qmTJ
— Astroshed_Sawley (@xcris9y) July 16, 2019
Morning. #ICYMI, here are four of the pictures I took during last night's partial #LunarEclipse 🌗🌍🌝 (at 20:04, 20:39, 21:31, & 21:42UTC), from Mokošica, just outside #Dubrovnik.
Lovely holiday in Croatia 👍🇭🇷 – time to drive to Split & fly home today 🚗✈️🇳🇱 pic.twitter.com/h2ql7rykxd
— Mark McCaughrean (@markmccaughrean) July 17, 2019
Last night’s #LunarEclipse above the summit of Pen y Fan. pic.twitter.com/MG4Zmiincw
— George Harper (@harplington) July 17, 2019