Early birds across Ireland and the UK took their cameras to the skies to capture these stunning images of last nights “blood moon” eclipse – an event that won’t occur again until 2033.

A “supermoon” and lunar eclipse coincided, causing our lonely moon to grab the attention of sky watches across the globe.

  • The rare supermoon lunar eclipse began at 1:10am UTC.
  • The eye catching event hasn’t occurred since 1982, and will not happen again until 2033.
  • Clear skies gave onlookers a great show over most of Ireland and the UK.

From Across The Pond

Did you catch the blood moon last night? What did you think? Let me know with a comment below!

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