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It’s a bird – it’s a plane – it’s a supermoon! Grab your telescopes and dive into the best images of the only total lunar eclipse of 2021.

Missed the Lunar Eclipse last night? See these stunning photos of the moon

Look up at the sky! It’s a bird – it’s a plane – it’s a supermoon! Skywatchers in Australia, eastern Asia, across the Pacific, and into the western parts of the Americas were able to catch an incredible sight this morning of the Super Flower Blood Moon. It was one of only two lunar eclipses in 2021 and the only total lunar eclipse, with the second, coming on November 19th, being only a partial eclipse. 

The Super Blood Moon marked the closest Earth’s only satellite planet ever gets to us in orbit, making the moon seem larger than usual as well as adding a beautiful palette of color as the total lunar eclipse reached the height of its orbit. The moon then slipped partially into Earth’s shadow, making it appear as if someone took a bit out of it (wonder if it tasted like cheese)? 

Of course, Twitter was already snapping pictures of the incredible sight to show all those not lucky enough to see it. We oohed & aahed our way through the pictures of this total lunar eclipse and found the best ones to share. Grab your telescopes and dive into the best images of the only total lunar eclipse of 2021, the Super Flower Blood Moon. 

Looks incredible 

It’s absolutely breathtaking! 

Keep it here for more 

Hey, that’s our job

Low quality 

Beggars can’t be choosers, so thanks anyway! 

Single frame 

That is some top notch photography skill, dude! 

Progression

And he’s off! 

Not bad 

We definitely think it’s a lot better than just “not bad”! 

Up in the clouds 

To think all of that is just right above our heads all the time . . . 

Sacrifice! 

Think you missed your window for that, dude . . . 

 Learning is fun! 

Thanks for the free astronomy lesson! 

Until we meet again 

Pure poetry, literally. 

Have any other great pictures of this total lunar eclipse? Drop them below in the comments so we can keep stargazing! 

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