Missed the super wolf blood moon? Stunning photos, here
Monday, January 21, 2019, 11:40 AM - Sunday was a big night for sky watchers, who were treated to a rare super blood wolf moon.
Between Sunday night and early Monday morning, the Full Moon passed through the northern half of Earth's shadow, creating a Total Lunar Eclipse
As the moon came into contact with Earth's shadow it darkened, and sunlight passing through our planet's atmosphere made the moon look red.
Depending on the weather conditions, observers saw a moon that was either blood-red, brick-toned or copper.
Canada and the U.S. won't have another chance to see this phenomenon again until May 2022.
(Why is it called a super blood wolf moon? Read more HERE)
Keep scrolling for photos of last night's sky show.
PHOTOS: SUPER BLOOD WOLF MOON | JANUARY 2019
PHOTOS FROM WEATHER NETWORK VIEWERS
Submitted by Alan Rodford.
Submitted by Max Sudermann.
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